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Serie A Femminile: Roma new leader

After Matchday 7 of Serie A Femminile, the title holders Juventus still have a lot of problems. After first loss of the season against AC Milan, the Bianconere are now only forth on the standings. Inter dropped points against Sassuolo and lost the first place on the standings. Roma are now in the lead, followed by Fiorentina. Nerazzurre are third, one point behind.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 7

Sunday, 23rd of October

US Sassuolo – Inter Milano 1-1 (0-0)
Scorers: 61′ Martina Tomaselli (S), 90+2′ Tabita Chawinga (I)
Yellow cards: 45+1′ Ghoutia Karchouni (I)

AS Roma – FC Como 1-0 (0-0)
Scorers: 72′ Valentina Giacinti (R)
Yellow cards: 24′ Lucia Pastrenge (C), 47′ Chiara Cecotti (C), 51′ Norma Cinotti (R), 69′ Alma Hilaj (C), 70′ Vlada Kubassova (C), 80′ Giada Greggi (R), 86′ Claudia Ciccotti (R)

ACF Fiorentina – UC Sampdoria 2-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 14′ Kelly Gago (S), 71′ Veronica Boquete (F), 72′ MIlica Mijatović (F)
Yellow cards: 22′ Federica Cafferata (F), 29′ Yoreli Rincon (S), 45′ Elisabetta Oliviero (S), 54′ Michela Catena (F), 87′ Milica Mijatović (F), 90+1′ Elena Pisani (S)

Saturday, 22nd of October

Parma – Pomigliano Calcio 1-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 19′ Tatiely das Neves (Pc), 58+ Katarzyna Konat (Pc), 70′ Melania Martinovic (Pa), 85′ Ana Martinez (Pc)
Yellow cards: 57′ Giorgia Arrigoni (Pa), 90+1′ Giorgia Miotto (Pc)

AC Milan – Juventus 4-3 (3-1)
Scorers: 24′ Kosovare Asllani (M), 25′ Kosovare Asllani (M), 31′ Agnese Bonfantini (J), 32′ Martina Piemonte (M), 62′ Malgorzata Mesjasz (M), 70′ Cristiana Girelli (J), 90+5′ Cristiana Girelli (J)
Yellow cards: 35′ Gudny Arnadottir (M), 57′ Greta Adami (M)

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