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Serie A Femminile: Juventus back in title race

With Matchday 9 of Serie A Femminile, Juventus are back on the second place after a win against Parma after an injury time comeback. Inter, which had a great start into the season, have failed to win for the three consecutive times thus dropping onto the fourth. Roma still top the standings, four points ahead of Bianconere.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 9

Sunday, 20th of November

US Sassuolo – Pomigliano Calcio 2-1 (1-0)
Scorers: 24′ Evdokiya Popadinova (S), 48′ Valentina Gallazzi (P), 67′ Lana Clelland (S)
Yellow cards: 19′ Valeria Monterubbiano (S), 73′ Debora Novellino (P), 87′ Sara Mella (S)

ACF Fiorentina – Inter Milano 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 45+3′ Flaminia Simonetti (I), 65′ Chiara Robustellini (I), 72′ Lisa Alborghetti (I), 79′ Alice Tortelli (F)

AC Milan – FC Como 3-3 (2-1)
Scorers: 10′ Lindsey Thomas (M), 22′ Lindsey Thomas (M), 41′ Julia Karlenas (C), 55′ Laura Fusetti (M), 75′ Chiara Beccari (C), 90+3′ Giulia Rizzon (C)
Yellow cards: 31′ Marta Mascarello (M), 39′ Linda Tucceri Cimini (M), 50′ Chiara Cecotti (C), 87′ Chiara Becarri (C)
Other events: 74′ Linda Tucceri Cimini (M) missed penalty, 90+3′ Giulia Rizzon (C) missed penalty

Saturday, 19th of November

AS Roma – UC Sampdoria 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 42′ Manuela Giugliano (R), 83′ Sophie Haug (R)
Yellow cards: 41′ Rache Cuschieri (S), 52′ Tecla Pettenuzzo (S), 59′ Aurora De Rita (S)

Parma FC – Juventus 1-2 (1-0)
Scorers: 19′ Melania Martinovic (P), 90+2′ Lisa Boattin (J), 90+6′ Sara Bjork (J)
Yellow cards: 45′ Niamh Farrelly (P), 48′ Ana Jelenčić (P), 59′ Melania Martinovic (P), 65′ Arianna Caruso (J)

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