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Serie A Femminile: Juventus draw with Inter

The standings in Serie A Femminile is almost complete despite three weekends to go. Roma, which secured their first title, were free over the weekend. In the championship group, Juventus drew with Inter and Fiorentina with Milan. In the relegation group, it seems that Sampdoria and Parma are on the way to Serie B Femminile.

Serie A Femminile, Playoff

Sunday, 7th of May

Goals: 11’ Camilla Linberg pen (FC COMO WOMEN), 45+1’ Agnese Bonfantini pen (UC SAMPDORIA), 82’ Julia Karlernäs pen (FC COMO WOMEN)
Yellow cards: 10’ Amanda Tampieri (UC SAMPDORIA), 27’ Julia Karlernäs (FC COMO WOMEN), 63’ Matilde Pavan (FC COMO WOMEN), 80’ Aurora De Rita (UC SAMPDORIA), 82’ Vlada Kubassova (FC COMO WOMEN), 82’ Cecilia Prugna (UC SAMPDORIA), 85’ Tecla Pettenuzzo (UC SAMPDORIA)
Red cards: 90’ Giorgia Spinelli (UC SAMPDORIA), 90+6’ Julia Karlernäs (FC COMO WOMEN)

Goals: 41’ Verónica Boquete pen (FIORENTINA), 51’ Chanté Dompig (AC MILAN)
Yellow cards: 28’ Kamila Dubcová (AC MILAN), 65’ Milica Mijatović (FIORENTINA), 67’ Chanté Dompig (AC MILAN)

Saturday, 6th of May

SASSUOLO – PARMA CALCIO 1913 5-4 (2-1)
Goals: 1’ Nora Heroum (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 18’ Caroline Pleidrup (SASSUOLO), 43’ Valeria Monterubbiano (SASSUOLO), 47’ Mia Corbin (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 50’ Valeria Monterubbiano (SASSUOLO), 58’ Lana Clelland (SASSUOLO), 59’ Michela Cambiaghi (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 66’ Marija Banušić (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 90+2’ Daniela Sabatino pen (SASSUOLO)
Yellow cards: 13’ Alice Benoit (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 90+1’ Nora Heroum (PARMA CALCIO 1913)

Goals: 2’ Sofie Junge Pedersen (JUVENTUS), 15’ Sofia Cantore (JUVENTUS), 75’ Elisa Polli (INTERNAZIONALE), 90+2’ Tabitha Chawinga (INTERNAZIONALE)
Yellow cards: 77’ Barbara Bonansea (JUVENTUS)

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