Aberdeen are in the Europa Conference League this season and they suffered a 2-1 defeat in their first game against Eintracht Frankfurt.


However, Barry Robson’s side put out an impressive performance as they equalised in the 22nd minute with a goal from Dante Polvara but in the end, the German outfit managed to steal three points with a goal from Robin Koch after the hour mark.




Miller, who was impressed with Aberdeen’s performance, stated that the Dons may not be taking points from Thursday’s clash, but Robson’s side will go back to Pittodrie with a lot of confidence.


The Dons legend believes that Aberdeen showcased a first-class performance against Eintracht Frankfurt and stressed that Robson’s side displayed character, discipline and organisation by coming back from an early goal.



“You go away from home; you play a Bundesliga team and you are expected to take nothing from it”, Miller said on BBC Radio Scotland.


“Although Aberdeen have taken nothing from it in terms of points from the game, they have taken a lot, I think, in terms of belief.



“It was first-class performance, belief, energy, organisation and discipline as well.


“Coming back from the early goal, a lot of character was shown too.”


Aberdeen are still winless in the Scottish Premiership this season and it remains to be seen whether they will be able to turn their form around in the league when they take on Ross County on Sunday.