Allsvenskan match stopped by hooligans
There were shocking scenes in Södertälje on Easter Monday as AIK's Allsvenskan football match away to Syrianska was abandoned after fireworks were thrown on to the pitch, one of which hit an assistant referee on the head.
Daniel Wärnmark was taken to hospital for treatment.
"He has guaranteed tinnitus and will be seen by a doctor. He can't really hear what one is saying," match delegate Lars Wilhelmsson told Aftonbladet newspaper.
The violence by AIK fans started 20 minutes into the game after their player Ibrahim Teteh Bangura was shown a straight red for stamping on Syrianska's goalkeeper. The home side were leading by a goal to nil.
The players and match officials sprinted for the sanctuary of the dressing room. After forty minutes, the decision was taken to abandon the match.
A section of AIK supporters have repeatedly caused trouble inside and outside grounds in Sweden.