Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis made a late penalty save – having given away the spot kick – as Aberdeen beat St Mirren 2-1 to remain third in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Joe Lewis believes the future is bright at Aberdeen but the Dons goalkeeper insists he will not let Dave Cormack’s Pittodrie takeover blind him from the realities of the here and now.
Makeshift midfielder Zak Vyner netted as an injury-hit Aberdeen side won 3-0 at Motherwell.
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis proved a saviour for nine-man Aberdeen, who came from behind to earn a point against Hibernian in a game that exploded into life after the interval
Joe Lewis says Aberdeen’s flying start to the new campaign proves the Granite City club not only can, but will go toe-to-toe with Celtic and Rangers in the season ahead.
Joe Lewis and Steven Gerrard will face off in today’s Scottish Cup grudge match between Aberdeen and Rangers.
JOE Lewis could be forgiven for viewing Aberdeen’s clash with Burnley as a shop window for his extraordinary talents.