Sweden's Allsvenskan leaders Malmo were held to a 1-1 draw away to bottom club Brommapojkarna.
Markus Rosenberg fired the visitors into an expected lead after 15 minutes, but they were pegged back six minutes before half-time by Jesper Karlstrom and were never able to regain the lead.
Goalscoring was no problem for IFK Gothenburg, who hammered Helsingborg 6-2. Lasse Vibe scored twice in the first half with Jakob Johansson and Emil Salomonsson also on target in a 4-1 interval scoreline after Helsingborg had actually taken the lead through Mattias Lindstrom. Robin Soder and May Mahlangu, the latter with a penalty, extended the winning margin in the second period either side of substitute Daniel Nordmark's consolation.
Norrkoping came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 away to Orebro. Marcus Pode and Robert Ahman-Persson put the hosts ahead but Christoffer Nyman's penalty on the stroke of half-time brought Norrkoping back into it and Alhaji Kamara equalised in the 72nd minute before being sent off in injury time.