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Serie A Femminile: Roma defeat Inter and stay on top

AS Roma are showing as a serious contenders for Serie A Femminile title. In Matchday 8, the Giallorosse won against Inter. Nerazzurre suffered first defeat of the season and are now third. AC Milan lost to Pomigliano. Juventus beat Fiorentina and are back in the title race.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 8

Sunday, 30th of October

Juventus – ACF Fiorentina 2-0 (1-0)
Scorers: 14′ Lineth Beerensteyn (J), 66′ Barbara Bonansea (J)
Yellow cards: 44′ Sarah Huchet (F), 90+1′ Alexandra Johannsdottir (F)

FC Como – US Sassuolo 2-2 (1-1)
Scorers: 23′ Vlada Kubassova (C), 45+4′ Maria Luisa Filangeri (S), 64′ Martina Tomaselli (S), 90+3′ Greta Di Luzio (C)
Yellow cards: 28′ Beatrice Beretta (C), 45+3′ Emma Lipman (C), 46′ Chiara Beccari (C), 77′ Giulia Rizzon (C), 90+2′ Melissa Bellucci (S)
Other events: 29′ Caroline Pleidrup (S) missed penalty

UC Sampdoria – FC Parma 0-0 (0-0)
Scorers: /
Yellow cards: 38′ Elena Pisani (S), 65′ Kelly Gago (S), 67′ Giorgia Arrigoni (P), 81′ Erika Santoro (P)
Red cards: 60′ Sara Baldi (S)

Saturday, 29th of October

Inter Milano – AS Roma 1-2 (0-1)
Scorers: 44′ Annamaria Serturini (R), 60′ Emilie Haavi (R), 66′ Camelia Ceasar (I) og
Yellow cards: 29′ Irene Santi (I), 41′ Anja Sonstevold (I), 51′ Elisa Polli (I), 65′ Norma Cinotti (R)

Pomigliano Calcio – AC Milan 2-1 (1-1)
Scorers: 18′ Angela Passeri (M) og, 30′ Verena Dias (P), 89′ Debora Novellino (P)
Yellow cards: 42′ Gudny Arnadottir (M), 43′ Christy Grimshaw (M), 56′ Marta Mascarello (M), 65′ Virginia Di Giammarino (P)
Red cards: 43′ Christy Grimshaw (M)

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