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Serie A Femminile: Juventus win another title!

After Matchday 21 of Serie A Femminile, Juventus already secured another title, fifth in the row. It is also already certain that Roma will finish second and play in the Women’s Champions League in the next season, and AC Milan, who beat Inter at Derby della Madonnina, will finish third. The only remaining question is which team will get relegated.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 21

Sunday, 8th of May

Hellas Verona – SS Lazio 4-4 (1-3)
Scorers: 7′ Noemi Visentin (L), 10′ Giulia Ferrandi (L), 36′ Beatrix Fordos (L), 43′ Beatrix Fordos (H) og, 47′ Alina Myagkova (H), 59′ Alessia Rognoni (H), 70′ Michela Ledri (H), 90+3′ Beatrix Fordos (L)
Yellow cards: 10′ Francesca Quazzico (H), 51′ Giorgia Arrigoni (H)

Empoli Ladies – Napoli CF 1-3 (1-2)
Scorers: 10′ Sara Tamborini (E), 45′ Sole Jaimes (N), 45+1′ Eleonora Goldoni (N), 73′ Romina Pinna (N)
Yellow cards: 65′ Ludovica Silvioni (E), 90′ Sole Jaimes (N), 90+3′ Giovana Cruz (E)

Pomigliano Calcio – ACF Fiorentina 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 4′ Daniela Sabatino (F)
Yellow cards: 49′ Liucija Vaitukaityte (P), 86′ Serena Landa (P)
Other events: 33′ Daniela Sabatino (F) missed penalty

Saturday, 7th of May

Inter Milano – AC Milan 0-3 (0-1)
Scorers: 17′ Lindsey Thomas (M), 49′ Celeste Boureille (M), 60′ Linda Tucceri Cimini (M)
Yellow cards: 37′ Flaminia Simonetti (I), 83′ Refiloe Jane (M)

AS Roma – Sampdoria US 8-0 (4-0)
Scorers: 8′ Annamaria Serturini (R), 19′ Valeria Pirone (R), 22′ Valeria Pirone (R), 26′ Manuela Giugliano (R), 50′ Paloma Lazaro (R), 71′ Beata Kollmats (R), 87′ Sophie Haug (R), 90+2′ Elisa Bartoli (R)
Yellow cards: /

Juventus – US Sassuolo 3-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 30′ Barbara Bonansea (J), 36′ Cristiana Girelli (J), 48′ Michela Cambiaghi (S), 64′ Lisa Boattin (J)
Yellow cards: 90+1′ Barbara Dunst (E)

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