He’s been there for what seems like forever now, but some Aberdeen fans still can’t get enough of Andy Considine.

The Dons stalwart turned out to be the Dons hero again at Pittodrie, netting the second goal in Derek McInnes’ side’s brilliant comeback.

Leading by example. (Photo by Scott Baxter/Getty Images)

They drew 2-2 with Rangers at Pittodrie, but they didn’t half make it hard for themselves at first. Two goals in 30 minutes for the away side had the Dons facing an uphill task.

Jon Gallagher hit the net to give Aberdeen hope heading into the break before the ever-present Considine stepped up to level the game.

As a loose ball from a corner bobbled across the box, the defender was left alone at the backpost and he pounced, knocking the ball beyond Allan McGregor into the Rangers net.

Considine was the Aberdeen hero again. (Photo by Scott Baxter/Getty Images)

It’s his third of the Premiership season and his second in four games. It wasn’t just his goal though, the 32-year-old led the team by example during their second half renaissance and put in hard challenges where required.

Some Aberdeen fans were loving the contributions of their stalwart, who recently made his 500th appearance for the club.

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