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Serie A Femminile: Inter take the lead

After Matchday 4 of Serie A Femminile, Nerrazzurre top the standings after a win against Sampdoria. Roma, Fiorentina and Sampdoria are just a point behind, while title holders Juventus are only 5th after failing to win against Sassuolo.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 4

Sunday, 25th of September

Pomigliano Calcio – FC Como 2-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 14′ Chiara Beccari (C), 21′ Tatiely das Neves (P), 54′ Tatiely das Neves (P) pen, 89′ Vivien Beil (C)
Yellow cards: 39′ Alma Hilaj (C), 54′ Darya Kravets (C), 79′ Angela Passeri (P), 80′ Lucia Pastrenge (C)

UC Sampdoria – Inter Milano 0-2 (0-0)
Scorers: 62′ Tatiana Bonetti (I) pen, 63′ Tabitha Chawinga (I)
Yellow cards: 49′ Cecilia Re (S), 62′ Bianca Fallico (S), 65′ Anja Sonstevold (I), 81′ Giorgia Spinelli (S)

Saturday, 24th of September

US Sassuolo – Juventus 1-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 20′ Cristiana Girelli (J), 63′ Davina Philtjens (S)
Yellow cards: 45′ Sara Mella (S), 56′ Evdokiya Popadinova (S), 90+6′ Agnese Bonfantini (J)
Red cards: 78′ Valentina Cernoia (J), 90+1′ Asia Bragonzi (S)

AS Roma – ACF Fiorentina 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 28′ Michela Catena (F), 53′ Sophie Haug (R), 75′ Valentina Giacinti (R)
Yellow cards: 36′ Alice Parisi (F)

Parma – AC Milan 0-4 (0-2)
Scorers: 16′ Valentina Bergamaschi (M), 36′ Kosovare Asllani (M), 48′ Sara Andersen (M), 79′ Kamila Dubcova (M)
Yellow cards: 47′ Valeria Pirone (P), 61′ Greta Adami (M), 66′ Kosovare Asllani (M)
Other events: 48′ Lindsey Thomas (M) missed penalty

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