Five African goals in Swedish football league

Nasiru Mohammed was on target for BK Hacken

With nine more rounds to conclude, Sweden’s top football championship is heating up as African players continue to bang in the goals.
Nigerian stiker Chinedu Obassi scored a 39th minute penalty as 3rd-placed AIK drew 1-all with city rivals Djurgarden, second on the table, in a 21st round encounter last weekend. Senegal’s Aliou Badji grabbed Djurgaden’s equalizer in four minutes from time.
A second half strike from DR Congo’s Ken Sema helped 7th-ranked Ostersund to a 2-0 win over Norrkoping while Ghanaian striker Nasiru Mohammed opened the scoring in the 24th minute as 4th-placed BK Hacken whipped struggling Jonkoping 3-1.
Papa Alioune Diouf was on target for Kalmar in a 4-2 bashing of Sirius. The Senegalese struck early in the 7th minute.