Clubs: BK Häcken, Djurgårdens IF, Sunderland AFC, IFK Göteborg, Shanghai East Asia FC
• Born in Gothenburg in 1982, the year in which father Glenn went on to win a famous treble of Allsvenskan, Svenska Cupen and UEFA Cup with IFK, he launched his career with another team from the city, BK Häcken.
• Relegated from the Allsvanskan with Häcken in 2001, he remained with the club until 2004, when he joined Stockholm's Djurgårdens IF, where he made an excellent impression, winning the Swedish Cup and scoring three goals in Europe, the first of them in a 2-2 draw at Juventus in a UEFA Champions League qualifier.
• Won his first cap for Sweden in January 2005 – a 1-1 draw against South Korea in Los Angeles – and went on to score nine Allsvenskan goals that year as Djurgården won the league title, adding another goal in the Svenska Cupen final as his team retained the trophy with a 2-0 defeat of Åtvidabergs FF.
• Left Stockholm for Sunderland AFC in 2006/07 but despite helping the Wearsiders win promotion to the Premier League as second-tier champions, he did not settle and returned to Sweden a year later, joining Göteborg and helping them home to the Swedish title.
• Finished as the Allsvenskan's joint top scorer in 2009 with 18 goals and maintained his form with tallies of ten (despite injuries) and 16 (the second highest in the league) in the next two campaigns.
• Scored his first goal for Sweden in a January 2011 friendly against South Africa and added three further strikes in his next four games, including one versus UEFA EURO 2012 co-hosts Ukraine in Kharkiv. Included in finals squad but failed to make an appearance as Sweden fell at the group stage.
• Won the Swedish Cup for the second time in 2013, the same year he was named Allsvenskan player of the year, before being taken to China by Sven-Göran Eriksson in 2014, signing a two-year contract with Shanghai East Asia.
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|04.09.2014||Friendlies 2014-16||Final tournament - Group stage||Sweden||2-0||Estonia||26||0||0|
|21.02.2016||Swedish Cup||Third round||Göteborg||1-1||Degerfor||90||0||0|
|06.03.2016||Swedish Cup||Third round||Göteborg||3-0||Halmstad||90||1||0|
|03.04.2016||Swedish First Division||Falkenberg||0-2||Göteborg||86||1||0|
|06.04.2016||Swedish First Division||Göteborg||1-0||Häcken||90||0||0|
|11.04.2016||Swedish First Division||AIK||3-3||Göteborg||88||2||0|
|17.04.2016||Swedish First Division||Göteborg||1-1||Kalmar||90||0||0|
|24.04.2016||Swedish First Division||Örebro||3-2||Göteborg||83||0||0|
|27.04.2016||Swedish First Division||Göteborg||0-0||Malmö||90||0||0|
|02.05.2016||Swedish First Division||Gefle||2-6||Göteborg||90||1||0|
|09.05.2016||Swedish First Division||Göteborg||2-1||Djurgården||88||1||0|
|15.05.2016||Swedish First Division||Östersund||2-0||Göteborg||90||0||0|
|19.05.2016||Swedish First Division||Göteborg||1-1||Norrköping||90||0||0|
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