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AIK won the summit - the village ghost lives

2019-09-01T15:20:00.190Z

AIK fought and maneuvered down Djurgården in the all-Swedish summit and won Stockholm exchange by 1-0.



Djurgården talked before the match that they did not believe in any derby ghost that gave them the poor Allsvenskens statistics no victory against AIK since 2011, but when Marcus Danielsson tore down Henok Goitom in the penalty area and Sebastian Larsson thundered the penalty in the 22nd minute when everyone saw The zoo looks like they've seen a ghost.

"Bad of me," a dejected Danielsson said about the penalty situation to C More at halftime.

AIK could then let Djurgården control the game without really being able to threaten. The home team was right in the positions and made sure the guests were allowed to roll around in the outer zones.

Djurgården swapped both Astrit Ajdarevic and Emir Kujovic without creating any really hot goals.

AIK was forced to replace an injured Sebastian Larsson - a concern for the national team captain Janne Andersson and his upcoming national team collection. At the end, Enoch Kofi Adu was shown a second yellow card, but not the best.

"We are probably the best in all Swedes not to hold the ball, we are safe to lie low and counter," Henok Goitom told C More.

With the loss, there is only one point between Djurgården and AIK at the top. Malmö FF three points behind Djurgården.

"We are really disappointed, our middle slopes that have not taken a step wrong throughout the season came wrong several times," coach Thomas Lagerlöf said after the game.

Source: svt

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