Motherwell notched their first league victory of the 2018/19 Ladbrokes Premiership campaign with a convincing 3-1 win over Dundee.
Goals from Danny Johnson, Gaël Bigirimana and Allan Campbell capped an impressive claret and amber performance at Dens Park.
It was an unchanged side which started proceedings against bottom of the table Dee, and despite a goalless first half it was an entertaining encounter.
And it was one largely dominated by the Fir Park side, going close through Andy Rose and Curtis Main but failing to find the breakthrough in the opening 45.
In form Johnson made no mistake though, when the hard work of substitute Elliott Frear teed up the forward to finish neatly beyond Jack Hamilton just 10 minutes after the restart.
Another player hot in form doubled the deficit, and it was the cleverness of Bigirimana which looked to have put the game to bed in the 68th minute.
Conceding a freekick on the edge of their box, Dundee watched on helplessly as the Burundi midfielder reversed his freekick cleverly in to the bottom left corner.
That sparked a revival from the hosts though, who pulled one back from a corner just three minutes later. Benjamin Kallman rose highest to nod last Trevor Carson, at the start of a period of Dundee attacks.
But they were met with a resolute defence, and a scintillating Carson between the sticks, who denied the hosts with two instinctive saves to hold on to the scoreline.
And in brilliant fashion, Motherwell broke up the park and scored a third, with another well worked freekick falling for young midfielder Campbell to lash home and wrap up all three points.