IFK Gothenburg passed up the chance to move top of the Allsvenska standings and saw its unbeaten start to the season end in a 3-1 defeat at AIK.
The Solna club was playing its first match since the death of goalkeeper
Players and supporters paid tribute to Turina before kick-off with a minute's silence and the unfurling of a giant banner in the crowd.
Once the match got under way,
The result left IFK in third spot - two points behind leader Helsingborg after seven games - and lifted AIK to eighth position.
Elsewhere, BK Hacken climbed to sixth in the standings with a 1-0 home win over Brommapojkarna.
Moestafa El Kabir netted the game's only goal seven minutes from time to move the victor level on 10 points with fifth-placed Kalmar, which drew 1-1 at Gefle.
The visitor looked to be on course for its third win of the season when Mans Soderqvist gave it a 20th-minute lead, but
Malmo coach Rikard Norling has resigned one month after guiding the club to its 20th Allsvenskan title.