Brommapojkarna missed the chance to leave the Allsvenska relegation places after Kalmar FF's goalkeeper scored a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw in Smaland.
Sixth-placed Kalmar were quick to respond to Mauricio Albornoz's 31st-minute penalty as Mats Solheim scored seven minutes before the break to level the match.
Andreas Eriksson fired the visitors back into the lead in the 54th minute but the 14th-placed Bromma Boys would not reach 16 points and temporary safety as home keeper Etrit Berisha converted a penalty 10 minutes from time.
IF Elfsborg, who meet Scottish club Celtic in Champions League qualifying this week, salvaged a 1-1 draw at Atvidabergs FF.
John Owoeri scored the opener inside five minutes at Kopparvallen but Johan Larsson hit back to earn a point for Elfsborg in the 57th minute.
Elsewhere, mid-table Mjallby took a point from a 1-1 draw at Osters IF. Both goals came in the first half with Kristian Haynes (22) cancelling out Freddy Soderberg's 18th-minute strike.
AGF Aarhus enjoyed their first win of the new Superliga season, beating newcomers Vestsjaelland 2-0 in the second round of the competition.
Osama Akharraz fired the visitors in front after 13 minutes with a superb strike from 25 yards.
Casper Sloth then made sure of the points 11 minutes from time to spoil Vestsjaelland's home debut in the top flight.
Russian Premier League
Spartak Moscow continued their 100 per cent start to the new Russian Premier League season today as they won 4-1 at rivals Dinamo.
It was as close to a dream performance as coach Valeri Karpin could have asked for, with his men four up by the break and only conceding when Andriy Voronin scored from the spot with 10 minutes left.
Before that, Jose Manuel Jurado - a permanent signing after a loan from Schalke - had started and finished the scoring for his men (seven and 42), with Pavel Yakovlev and Emmanuel Emenike chiming in between times.
Rostov are second in the table after a 3-0 win over Tomsk, who remain without a point after promotion to the top flight.
They were undone by one of their former players tonight, with Artem Dzjuba scoring a hat-trick which started in the third minute and ended with an 84th-minute penalty.
The day's other game saw Volga Nizhny Novgorod score two second-half goals to beat Ural 2-1.
Spartak Gogniev opened things up (19), but Piotr Polczak levelled the scores (58) and Andrei Karyaka won it from the spot with 10 minutes to go.
Swiss Super League
Grasshoppers and Basle maintained their unbeaten starts to the new Super League season with three-point hauls on Saturday.
Two goals from Izet Hajrovic helped Grasshoppers on their way to a 4-2 victory over Aarau.
Hajrovic struck in the sixth and 50th minutes, cancelling out goals from Artur Ionita (13) and Remo Staubli (30) for the visitors.
Nassim Ben Khalifa then fired the home side in after 74 minutes with Shkelzen Gashi wrapping up the win five minutes from time.
Champions Basle were 2-0 winners over Lausanne thanks to a 33rd minute penalty from Fabian Schar and Marco Streller's 83rd-minute strike.
Both teams finished the match with 10 men after Valentin Stocker (Basle) and Abdelouahed Chakhsi (Lausanne) squared up on the hour mark.
Belgian Jupiler League
Genk gave newly-promoted Oostende a rude welcome to the Jupiler League with a 3-0 defeat on the first Saturday of the new season.
Genk, who finished third last season behind Anderlecht and Zulte-Waregem, took the lead through Jelle Vossen after quarter of an hour, and two goals in the space of four minutes midway through the second half killed off the visitors, with Fabien Camus and Thomas Buffel finding the net.
While Anderlecht are not in action until facing Lokeren tomorrow, Zulte-Waregem were also able to open with a win, beating Lierse 2-1 away from home.
They took the lead through Habib Habibou in the 33rd minute, and although Dolly Menga levelled three minutes before the break, Thorgan Hazard restored the visitors' advantage on the stroke of half-time and that was how it remained until the final whistle.
Kortrijk opened with three points but left in late in a 1-0 win over Leuven, substitute Ivan Santini grabbing the goal with five minutes left.
Saturday's other games ended in draws as Mons and Cercle Brugge, and Waasland-Beveren and Gent all shared the spoils.
Jeremy Sapina put Mons in front against Cercle Brugge before Lukas Van Eenoo equalised just before the hour mark.
Waasland-Beveren took the lead through Rami Gershon in the 52nd minute but Carlos Diogo levelled 20 minutes from time for Gent.
Siem De Jong scored in extra time to earn Ajax the first piece of silverware of the new Dutch season as they came from two goals down to edge out AZ Alkmaar 3-2 in the Johan Cruyff Schaal.
The KNVB Beker holders looked to be on course for victory when Johann Berg Gudmundsson gave them a 52nd minute lead which was doubled by Aron Johansson in the 68th minute.
But an own goal from Jeffrey Gouweleeuw a minute later gave Ajax a route back into the match and the Eredivisie champions made the most of it by adding an equaliser from Kolbeinn Sigthorsson six minutes later.
Ajax then completed their comeback 13 minutes into extra time thanks to De Jong's header to secure the Super Cup for the eighth time in their history.