BRI-MATHIAS HODGE - Thursday, October 29, 2009
Alejandro Bedoya started and went the full 90 as Örebro tied the title challengers from Stockholm on Wednesday night.
A bit of controversy erupted in the 16th minute when Örebro's Nordin Gerzic seemed to have scored a tap-in after a pass from Kim Olsen, but the linesman called it back for offsides, a call that dominated the post-game discussions.
Martin Kayongo-Mutumba put the hosts in front after 57 minutes after the winger's mishit shot from the top of the box slipped through John Alvbåge's hands and trickled over the line.
Örebro would get an even stranger goal 13 minutes later when AIK defender was forced to tap-in to his own net from close range after pressure from substitute Robin Staf.
With the tie ÖSK are now sixth in the Allsvenskan table but have been eliminated from Europa League contention and cannot finnish better than fifth or worse than eighth.
Örebro close out the season this Sunday with a home game against Trelleborg.