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Defending champions AIK held by newcomers Mjällby

14 March 2010 23:14

(GSM) - Defending Swedish champions AIK failed to impress in their first match of the 2010 season, being held to a goalless draw by Mjällby.

The Stockholm outfit, who won the 2009 season with a four-points advantage over runners-up IFK Göteborg, hosted Superettan champions Mjällby in their season opener and were highly favored to start the campaign with a win.

But Mjällby, one of the two new teams in the Allsvenskan surprised their opponents and kept the ball out of their goal for a surprise 0-0 draw.

The first leaders of the season are Göteborg, who beat Kalmar 0-3 in Saturday's only game. Tobias Hysen scored twice for the visitors and Icelandic defender Hjalmar Jonsson finished it off with a third in the 65th minute.

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Allsvenskan table

# Team MP D P
1 30 +34 66
2 30 +26 60
3 30 +22 60
4 30 +9 50
5 30 +20 48
6 30 +5 44
7 30 +1 43
8 30 -2 42
9 30 -3 41
10 30 +13 40
11 30 -3 39
12 30 -7 35
13 30 -16 30
14 30 -18 29
15 30 -22 27
16 30 -59 10

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