Half an hour into the match at Strandvallen, the goal was broken when Besard Sabovic nodded 1-0 after a corner from David Batanero.

Immediately after the break, Mamudu Moro increased on the home line. The hedgehog's Gustav Berggren then stood for an unlucky oblique kick after which a watchful Moro could chop and put 2-0.

3-0 came just minutes later when Moro busted down the ball to team captain David Löfquist, but got it back and nicely ended on volley.

- I work hard and try to use every chance I get. It feels like the coaches believe in me, the Ghanaian tells Dplay after the win.

New club record

The match ended 3-1 since Häcken reduced via a dull self goal. Mjällby's goalkeeper Marko Johansson would easily kick the ball up but left double rebounds after which the ball bounced via Erik Friberg and into his own goal cage.

- Nobody was there today and we didn't play well. Mjällby was better both in the first and second half, noted a disappointed Daleho Irandust for Dplay.

Mjällby now has four straight wins in the Allsvenskan (new club record) and is second in the table, three points behind series leader IFK Norrköping who has a match less played and will meet Malmö FF tomorrow, Monday.