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Serie A Femminile: Milan draw with Roma

Three rounds to go, AC Milan drew with Roma and made a step towards a third place in Serie A Femminile. While everything is pretty much decided in the championship round, there is more excitement in the relegation round, where Pomigliano, Sampdoria and Parma are still trying to avoid playing in Serie B.

Serie A Femminile, Playoff

Sunday, 14th of May

Goals: 7’ Marija Banušić (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 41’ Michela Cambiaghi (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 71’ Camilla Linberg (FC COMO WOMEN), 90’ Camilla Linberg (FC COMO WOMEN)
Yellow cards: 12’ Camilla Linberg (FC COMO WOMEN), 17’ Ana Jelenčić (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 62’ Michela Cambiaghi (PARMA CALCIO 1913), 83’ Paloma Lázaro (PARMA CALCIO 1913)

Saturday, 13th of May

Goals: 39’ Elisa Polli (INTERNAZIONALE), 67’ Tabitha Chawinga (INTERNAZIONALE), 72’ Tabitha Chawinga (INTERNAZIONALE), 90+5’ Tabitha Chawinga (INTERNAZIONALE)
Yellow cards: 26’ Alice Tortelli (FIORENTINA), 28’ Beatrice Merlo (INTERNAZIONALE), 40’ Michela Catena (FIORENTINA)

Goals: 36’ Valeria Monterubbiano (SASSUOLO), 58’ Alice Corelli (ASD CALCIO POMIGLIANO), 90+1’ Lana Clelland (SASSUOLO)
Yellow cards: 70’ Dajan Heshemi (SASSUOLO)

AC MILAN – AS ROMA 2-2 (1-0)
Goals: 38’ Angelica Soffia (AC MILAN), 57’ Martina Piemonte (AC MILAN), 67’ Norma Cinotti (AS ROMA), 90+3’ Andressa pen (AS ROMA)
Yellow cards: 35’ Norma Cinotti (AS ROMA), 68’ Lindsey Thomas (AC MILAN), 82’ Valentina Bergamaschi (AC MILAN)

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