I think that’s what is known as a game of two halves.
The first half was absolutely dire – abysmal stuff.
We looked like the Dons team that lost four games in a row, conceding 11 goals in the process.
The booing off at the interval was fully warranted in my opinion.
Whatever Derek said to the boys at half time must have had some impact
Rooney’s quick leveler after the restart got the fans back on-side and turned the momentum in our favour.
That moment of, ahem, magic from Hayes soon after completed the come back.
It could have been a very different outcome had Ward not made an outstanding stop from Boyce’s bullet header though.
It wasn’t the fact that he stopped the header, it was more or less straight at him, that was impressive about the save.
It was more the way he managed to push it wide, away from danger, rather than parry it straight back out into the path of an oncoming striker.
McGinn made sure of things when he slid home number three and seemed to get the biggest cheer of the day as the Red Army let out a collective sigh of relief.
It’s also great to get one over on our old pal Ricky Foster.
The Hamilton game the previous weekend showed that beating a poor Dundee United side maybe wasn’t quite enough to turn our season back around.
But coming from behind and recovering from a first half like that to win against a decent Ross County side might just be the turning point for us.
That’s now one defeat in five and we’re back up to second place.
A win at Dens Park this weekend and nobody will remember that wee bad spell we had.
League duty aside, the Scottish Cup draw this afternoon has given us undoubtedly the tie of the round.
Hearts away in the cup is a mouth-watering prospect.
Let’s just hope Sky don’t do anything silly and ruin it by making it a 12pm k
ick off on a Sunday.