AIK moved within three points of the Allsvenska summit with a 3-0 win over Gefle.
Henok Goitom set the hosts on their way in the 38th minute and second-half goals from Celso Borges and Nils-Eric Johansson secured victory.
The win lifts AIK to 41 points, three behind both Helsingborg and Malmo though the latter play Oster on Sunday.
Swiss Super League
FC Sion scored the first goal of their Swiss Super League campaign as they edged to a 1-0 win at Aarau.
The visitors came into the match having picked up just three points from their opening six matches, while they had yet to find the back of the net in that time.
But they gave their supporters something to cheer when they opened the scoring in the 14th minute through Leo Itaperuna, a strike that would prove to be the winner.
Russian Premier League
Two goals from Wanderson helped Krasnodar post a comfortable 3-0 victory over Volga Nizhny Novgorod in the Russian Premier League.
The Brazilian forward fired the opener after 11 minutes and netted another in the 33rd minute before compatriot Joaozinho added his name to the scoresheet on the stroke of half-time.
A miserable afternoon for the visitors was compounded with a red card for Marcin Kowalczyk three minutes from time.
It marked Krasnodar's third victory of the season and lifted them up to sixth in the table.
Terek Grozny and Anzhi Makhachkala both remain winless after sharing a 1-1 draw in Saturday's other match.
Ewerton's 33rd-minute goal looked to have secured Anzhi their maiden victory but Ailton replied from the penalty spot three minutes from time, with both teams left struggling at the wrong end of the standings.
Inverness hold a three-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Hearts.
Two first-half goals from Billy McKay, who later spurned a chance to claim a hat-trick when he missed from the penalty spot, were sufficient enough to overcome a Hearts side that finished with 10 men when Jamie Hamill saw red eight minutes from time.
Anthony Stokes' 87th-minute free-kick gave defending champions Celtic a 1-0 victory over Dundee United at Tannadice to keep them in touch with the leaders.
The game looked to be drifting towards a draw when the Irishman was brought down by United defenders Stuart Armstrong and Keith Watson at the edge of the box.
Partick Thistle heaped yet more pressure on under-fire St Mirren boss Danny Lennon as they ran out 2-1 winners at Love Street.
The Buddies looked set to collect their first three points of the season after Kenny McLean had given them a 51st-minute lead.
But Kallum Higginbotham and Ross Forbes struck in the final 10 minutes to snatch the points for the visitors.
The match between Aberdeen and St Johnstone finished goalless, with the same scoreline also recorded at Hibernian's home meeting with Ross County.
In the late kick-off, John Sutton scored a second successive winner as Motherwell came from behind to sink Kilmarnock 2-1 and move up to third.
Sutton followed his strike against Partick when he netted from close range with the last kick of the first half after a blunder by Killie centre-back Jackson Irvine.
A headed own goal by Stephen McManus had given the visitors a 17th-minute lead, but the unmarked Henri Anier levelled three minutes later.
Greek Super League
Promoted Kalloni continued to enjoy life in the Greek Super League as they edged out PAS Giannina 1-0 on Saturday.
Leozinho scored the only goal after 53 minutes to earn Kalloni their second win from three matches which lifted them to the top of the table, having played a game more than nearest challengers and defending champions Olympiacos.
Panathinaikos were two points off the summit following a 1-1 draw at home to Veria.
Mehdi Abeid gave Pana the lead just before the interval but Ben Nabouhane replied for Veria nine minutes into the second half.
There were no goals in the match between Skoda Xanthi and unbeaten Ergotelis, who had Minas Pitsos sent off in the dying seconds.
Belgian Jupiler League
Lokeren climbed to second in the Jupiler Pro League on Saturday thanks to a 1-0 home triumph over Oostende.
Hamdi Harbaoui netted the game's only goal 10 minutes into the second half to lift the hosts within two points of leaders Standard Liege, who face Kortrijk on Sunday.
Elsewhere, Gent moved up to sixth on the back of a 1-0 win over bottom-of-the-table Mons, Nicklas Pedersen the man on target on the half-hour mark.
Mons' cause was not helped by the dismissal of Gregory Lorenzi eight minutes into the second half.
Substitute Gael Etock grabbed a 74th-minute equaliser to earn Cercle Brugge a 1-1 home draw against OH Leuven, who had taken the lead on the hour through Evariste Ngolok.
Finally, Mechelen and Lierse played out a goalless draw.
Turkish Super Lig
Fenerbahce joined Besiktas and Kasimpasa at the top of the Super Lig after a convincing 5-3 win over Sivasspor.
A brace from Dirk Kuyt sandwiched a Bruno Alves goal as Fener went into the break 3-0 up.
Pierre Webo made it 4-0 but Aatif Chahechouhe and Joao Cicinho closed the gap before Alper Potuk completed the scoring.
The three sides at the top all have six points but Besiktas have a game in hand.
Three first-half goals saw Elazigspor ease to a 3-1 win away at Kayserispor.
Goals from Deniz Yilmaz, Ahmet Gork and Ozgur Ozkaya had the visitors 3-0 up at the break before Jaja Coelho pulled one back.
Bursaspor had to come from behind to register a 2-1 win over Antalyaspor.
Milan Baros had the home side ahead after just four minutes but Sebastian Pinto levelled nine minutes before the break and Murat Yildirim bagged the winner in the second half.
PSV Eindhoven passed up the chance to move top of the Eredivisie standings on Saturday night as they were held to a 0-0 home draw by newly promoted Cambuur.
With surprise early leaders PEC Zwolle not in action until Sunday, when they host FC Utrecht, Phillip Cocu's second-placed side had the opportunity to steal a march.
But they could not find a breakthrough at the Philips Stadion and finished the day still a point behind the pace-setters.
FC Twente and Heerenveen made up the top four after battling out a 1-1 draw in Enschede, Rasmus Bengtsson salvaging a point for the hosts with a last-gasp equaliser to cancel out Joey van den Berg's 64th-minute strike.
The pair were joined on eight points by fifth-spotted Go Ahead Eagles, who stormed to a 4-1 victory at RKC Waalwijk thanks in the main to Erik Falkenburg's hat-trick.
The on-loan AZ Alkmaar midfielder's treble had the visitors well in control before Marnix Kolder put the game further out of the hosts' reach by converting a 71st-minute penalty.
Substitute Denzel Slager pulled one back for RKC three minutes from time but it was too little, too late.
Finally, Jason Davidson netted the game's only goal as Heracles Almelo edged past ADO Den Haag, whose cause was not helped by the 72nd-minute dismissal of Dion Malone.
Portuguese Primeira Liga
Sporting Lisbon dropped their first points of the new Portuguese Liga season, although a 1-1 draw with Benfica was still enough to lift them to the top of the standings.
The home side led through Freddy Montero's 11th-minute strike but substitute Lazar Markovic ensured the points were shared with his 66th-minute equaliser.
Vitoria Setubal claimed their first win of the campaign in style, thumping Guimaraes 4-1.
The visitors took the lead after 18 minutes with a penalty from Paulo Tavares, but that was cancelled out before half-time by Marco Matias.
However, Vitoria regained their advantage with a Javier Cohene goal after 54 minutes before Ramon Cardozo's double (57 and 66) wrapped up an emphatic win, which was slightly soured by the late dismissal of Ruben Vezo.
French Ligue 1
Ligue 1 champions Paris St Germain needed two stoppage-time goals to claim a 2-0 win over Guingamp at the Parc des Princes on Saturday, while Evian moved off the bottom of the table with a shock 2-1 victory over Lyon.
Having drawn with Montpellier and Ajaccio, Laurent Blanc's PSG side could ill-afford to fall further behind leaders Marseille, who host fellow title contenders Monaco on Sunday evening.
They left it late but finally prevailed thanks to strikes from Adrien Rabiot and Zlatan Ibrahimovic against their recently promoted visitors.
Evian climbed off the bottom after posting their first ever league victory over Les Gones.
Despite Jordan Ferri's second-half strike, a first-half Kevin Berigaud brace was enough to inflict a second consecutive surprise defeat on Remi Garde's men following their 1-0 loss at home to Reims last week.
Toulouse slipped to the foot of the standings after going down 2-1 at home to 10-man Bastia.
The Corsican side took the lead through Claudiu Keseru two minutes before half-time, despite having lost defender Julian Palmieri to a straight red card for a challenge on Oscar Trejo six minutes earlier.
TFC hit back in the 57th minute through Martin Braithwaite but were unable to further capitalise on their one-man advantage, with Bastia instead going on to score the winner through Romaric 10 minutes later.
The result left Toulouse still in search of their first league win, and rock bottom of the table on goal difference after Sochaux picked up their second point of the campaign with a 0-0 draw against Ajaccio at Stade Auguste Bonal.
The matches between Reims and Nantes, and Rennes and Lille, also both finished goalless.
Finally, Vincent Aboubakar scored the only goal in the 14th minute as Lorient condemned Valenciennes to a third consecutive league defeat. VA's miserable evening was compounded five minutes from time when Rudy Mater was dismissed for a second bookable offence.