Despite defeat the Aberdeen players were applauded off the park at the end – a mark of the display they put in.
Aberdeen have given themselves the opportunity to challenge Celtic for the Premiership title.
Bring on Celtic … Aberdeen could not have discovered their form and a lethal goalscorer at a better time.
Aberdeen winger Gary Mackay-Steven has been released from hospital in Glasgow after being knocked unconscious in the 1-0 Betfred Cup final loss to Celtic.
Aberdeen are 'extremely disappointed' at the two-match ban defender Scott McKenna received following a Hampden disciplinary hearing.
Aberdeen FC defender Scott McKenna has been banned for two matches after the Dons lost their appeal for his challenge on Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard.
Dons boss Derek McInnes was today confident on-loan striker James Wilson will be fit to face St Mirren this weekend.
Aberdeen may be in the Premiership bottom six but they proved they are capable of being in the mix near the top.
Aberdeen failed to secure back to back wins at Parkhead for the first time since 2004 as they lost 1-0 to Celtic.
EXCLUSIVE: Logan ‘expects’ to receive racial abuse from some Celtic fans and tells them ‘bring it on’
Shay Logan claims he “expects” racial abuse from some Celtic fans.
Celtic fully deserved to win the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
Aberdeen secured second place in the Premiership with a 1-0 win against Celtic at Parkhead, their first win at the venue in a league fixture since October 2004.
Boss Derek McInnes insists the Dons will go to Parkhead tomorrow with only one target – beating Celtic.
ABERDEEN suffered a 10th straight defeat to Celtic as they lost 2-0 at Pittodrie to fall 12 points behind the league leaders.
People heading into Aberdeen city centre on Sunday are being encouraged to plan their journey as football fans will be heading to a big game at Pittodrie.
McInnes demands more goals from Aberdeen wide men – and they must also do a shift defensively to put opposition under the cosh
The benchmark was set by Gary Mackay-Steven and now boss Derek McInnes has challenged ALL Aberdeen’s wingers to hit top form.
McLean: Beating Celtic at Pittodrie would be statement of intent for Dons – and we are more than capable
Kenny McLean reckons Aberdeen are capable of beating Celtic tonight and making a “massive statement”.
Aberdeen have announced more than 16,500 tickets have been sold for their top of the table clash with Celtic at Pittodrie. The evening game, next Wednesday (7.45pm kick-off), is set to be a blockbuster occasion, with the team’s level on points at the top of the Premiership.
Willie Miller: Dons staying close to Celtic at the top can only be good for Scottish game after last season
The best has yet to come from an Aberdeen side sitting joint top of the Premiership table and still unbeaten in the league.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today said he does not care Celtic stand to pocket £30 million from reaching the Champions League group stage.
Dons boss Derek McInnes was today hopeful of securing a new signing before the Uefa registration deadline closes tonight.
Ross County have signed Celtic midfielder Jamie Lindsay on a season-long loan.
Celtic will start their Champions League campaign with a second-round qualifier against either Northern Ireland's Linfield or San Marino's La Florita.
Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes has completed a deal with Premiership champions Celtic.
Republic of Ireland winger Jonny Hayes will sign for Celtic after Aberdeen accepted a £1.3 million bid plus Ryan Christie on a season-long loan.
Most of the Red Army will have travelled around 150 miles to Glasgow for the cup final, but there were some supporters having to go just that little bit further.
Celtic's 'Invincibles' were today warned by Andy Considine that the Dons aim to shake them up in a bid to end 27 years of Scottish Cup hurt.
Expectation comes from 20,000 travelling fans descending on Hampden hoping for a first Scottish Cup triumph since 1990.
A 20,000-strong Red Army will today descend upon Hampden and defender Shaleum Logan aims to lift the Scottish Cup to repay their backing.
Scottish Cup final referee Bobby Madden admits he never thought he would be readying to take charge of today's showpiece Hampden showdown after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer last year.