"It was well deserved and it was three points we wanted and it was very nice," said Abdihakin Ali.

It was nerve-wracking for the home fans where the Northern stand, where the Black Army is based, was once again sold out when the lead stood at 1-0. Then Abdihakin Ali took his own initiative in this convulsive meeting without much quality.

With 20 minutes left of regular time, Abdihakin Ali pushed the ball forward, started from his own half, and almost came all the way to the penalty area where he fired a shot that was directed via a Degerfors player into his own goal.

Hakim, as it says on his back, celebrated as if he had scored his first Allsvenskan goal, which was one of the most important for AIK this season.

Milosevic had one of the main roles

After just over half an hour, Alexander Milosevic nodded in 1-0 for AIK. Anton Saletros struck a corner from the left and Degerfors players went up too early, allowing Milosevic to get a free space and nod the ball in with full force.

Degerfors' keeper Sondre Rossbach had no chance.

At the start of the second half, Milosevic, who has a history of concussions, received a hard ball in the face and was left lying down. However, he was able to get up and continue after a while.