Your Views on Hibs' Display
Alan Jackson, Leith: "Too many players off form in the first half. It was a bit better in the second, but that was the worst referee I have seen for years."
Billy McCauley, Leith: "We came back from two down and showed a bit of passion in the second half. Just bad finishing stopped us winning this game."
David Black, Stockbridge: "Happy that we never lost the game after being two goals down to a poor Aberdeen side. We took them apart in the second half and the referee was a clown."
Brian Murray, Goldenacre: "Absolutely rubbish in the first half but in the second half we rallied and we battered them."
Ryan McLean, Craigmillar: "No point in blaming the referee for not winning. It was the performance in the first half that stopped us getting the three points."
Jamie Green, Greenbank: "We didn't take our chances and this wasn't helped by a poor pitch. How many times did the ball bobble just as we went to pass it? We need to get this sorted."
Malcolm Gilchrist, Northfield: "We had a right good go in the second half. A few more minutes and we would have won the game, and we definitely deserved to win it."
John McKenzie, Leith: "We could have won the game if we had started as we finished. Good not to lose and with Dundee United losing, we have gained a point on them in the league. It was a great game, especially in the second half."
Simon Hall, Pilrig: "Aberdeen sussed us out in the first half but we fought back. Nobody was as surprised as me when the referee gave us a penalty as he had given us nothing at all up till then."
Alan Bryce, Gilmerton: "Clearly we should have won the game but we just didn't have enough time to get the third goal."
Ross Nicholson, West Pilton: "We were better when Zemmama came on and he linked with Wotherspoon well. I thought that Stokes was the best player."
Alan Davis, Wardie: "We didn't really play too well in the first half. As the game went on we got better but the pitch was shocking."
Craig McCallum, Leith: "Never looked like losing even at two down. The referee was bad but we need to take the second-half performance on to Ibrox. The work-rate from the players in the second half was a credit to Hughes and his half-time team talk."
David McLaren, Pirniefield: "Feels like a defeat to be honest. Bamba could have scored four or five by himself and Stokes and Riordan didn't look comfortable together. The ref was a joke as were his assistants, who need to read the offside rule book."
Kevin Rutherford, Stirling: "That was a good effort from the boys. We just didn't get the winner. I thought that Stokes was fantastic and wee Zemmama was a star as well."