Thanks to two goals in 103 seconds, AIK managed to turn the summit against Elfsborg in the last round and thus kept alive the gold battle.

The conditions for Saturday's meeting with Sirius were clear.

AIK had to win their match - at the same time as they needed a Malmö loss against Halmstad.

But it did not go the way of AIK.

It was a 4-2 victory for AIK - but Malmö also won its match.

The Solna team lands a second place in the Allsvenskan.

And it was a swinging match.

AIK with power gathering

Sirius shocked the AIK players immediately when Adam Ståhl, played by Moustafa Zeidan, nodded in the match's first goal.

The nightmare continued shortly thereafter.

Former AIK player Christian Kouakou was served by Denis Widgren and put 2-0 for Sirius.

Just four minutes later came AIK's answer.

Nicolas Stefanelli struck a 30 meter free kick home 25 minutes into the match.

Just before the half-time whistle, the same Stefanelli struck again.

The striker reached the top of a post and nodded in 2-2.

And shortly into the second half, the turnaround had been completed.

Sotiris Papagiannopoulus stayed ahead after a corner by Sebastian Larsson and was able to carefully put 3-2.

In stoppage time, Henok Goitom put 4-2 on a nod - a goal that became his last - and 100th in the AIK shirt.

But the gathering of power was not enough and AIK does not get any gold to rejoice over.

With the table placement, the Solna team will play Europa League qualifiers next year.

The text is updated.