Malmo hold 2nd & Orebro hold 3rd as Man City’s Guidetti stars for Brommapojkarna; Leaders Tromso keep Rosenborg 2nd; Austria Vienna win

Brommapojkarna 1 – Halmstad 0 (Allsvenskan, May 2, 2010) Manchester City’s loanee John Guidetti once again proved the hero for Brommapojkarna as the teenager provided the cross which a Halmstad defender stuck in his own net for the only goal of the game.

AIK Stockholm 1 – Djurgarden 2 (Allsvenskan, May 2, 2010) AIK remain off the bottom on goal difference only after losing 2-1 at home to Djurgardens. Antonio Flavio gave AIK the perfect start with a goal after just two minutes, but the visitors hit back through Joel Perovuo (38) and Johan Oremo (72) before having Yosif Ayuba sent off two minutes from the end.

Atvidaberg 1 – Elfsborg 1 (Allsvenskan, May 2, 2010) Atvidaberg took the lead through Haris Radetinac (26) but were denied all three points by Erik Moberg’s own goal five minutes before half-time.

Malmo 2 – Trelleborg 0 (Allsvenskan, May 2, 2010) Jimmy Durmaz opened the scoring after 25 minutes and Guillermo Molins made sure of the win four minutes from time.

Orebro 2 – Hacken 0 (Allsvenskan, May 2, 2010) Orebro are third in the table after winning by the same score at home to BK Hacken, Magnus Kihlberg (14) and Paulinho Guara (46) scoring the goals.

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Tromso 0 – Rosenborg 0 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010) Tromso remain top in Norway.

Stabaek 0 – Haugesund 0 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010)

Lillestrom 4 – Sandefjord 0 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010)

Honefoss 1 – Molde 1 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010)

Kongsvinger 1 – Viking 1 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010)

Odd Grenland 0 – Brann Bergen 0 (Tippeligaen, May 2, 2010)

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LASK Linz 0 – Austria Vienna 1 (T-Mobile, May 2, 2010) A sweet shot on the turn from Thomas Jun minutes after the restart earned Austria Vienna the points.


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