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Dominic Ball Might Want to Avoid Twitter After First Half Showing v Motherwell

Dominic Ball Might Want to Avoid Twitter After First Half Showing v Motherwell

Dominic Ball might want to avoid Twitter after his first half showing against Motherwell today.

The English defender was thrust into Derek McInnes’ starting XI for the Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden this afternoon.

With Shay Logan among the suspensions for this game, Ball had to fill in at right back – a position he’s unfamiliar with so far in his career.

And it didn’t go too well in the first half as he stopped playing to appeal for a hand ball, allowing Richard Tait to steal in on the left and set up Curtis Main for the opening goal.

Following that, he was very shaky in his game and he would have been relieved to get into half-time without any more errors.

Once Ball’s finished, he might want to avoid Twitter:

We think you get the picture.

Based on that first half, the suspensions of Logan, Graeme Shinnie and Kenny McLean are really hurting Aberdeen and that’s why they’re trailing 2-0 at the break.

After Main’s opening goal, Ryan Bowman bullied the Dons defence before firing in a second.

And you’d back the Steelmen to go on and win this to book a place in next month’s final.

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