Aberdeen made it five wins on the bounce but demanding Derek McInnes still wants even more from his on-form team.
The Dons warmed up nicely for Thursday’s Europa League clash against Viking Stavanger, as Ross McCrorie scored his first goal for the club, to claim this latest victory against Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen now sit well-placed in the top four, knowing if they can win their two games-in-hand that they could be right up there challenging at the top end of the Premiership.
McInnes said: “I was pleased with the speed in the team and quick support as some of the play was really impressive but I’m still looking for more.
“The exciting part is that I know that there is better in us even though that’s five-wins-in-a-row now.
“We have only lost two goals in all six games this season which is encouraging, but we would have liked to score a
Richard Karn is probably best known for playing Tim Allen’s sidekick on the 1990s hit sitcom, Home Improvement. Karn appeared as Al Borland on 203 episodes of the series and managed to amass quite a fan base from it. In the end, Kahn’s character, Al Borland appeared in every single episode of the series, except for one. His role, however, was supposed to be much smaller. If things had worked out how the producers intended, Karn would have only appeared in the first few episodes of Home Improvement.
Richard Karn was only supposed to be a stand-in
Karn’s entire life changed thanks to a traffic ticket and another actor’s previous engagement. According to Collider, Karn found himself sitting in traffic school after running a stop sign. As is often the case in Hollywood, the room was filled with other people in the entertainment industry. One of those people