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Serie A Femminile: Roma one point away from the title

After a win over Juventus, AS Roma need just one point to secure their first Serie A Femminile title. Sophie Haug goal in the 86th minute secured three points for Giallorosse. In the relegation battle, Sampdoria got first three points and kept their hopes of staying in the top tier alive.

Serie A Femminile, Relegation round

Sunday, 23rd of April

Goals: 4’ Angela Passeri og (UC SAMPDORIA), 39’ Ana Martínez (ASD CALCIO POMIGLIANO), 45’ Angela Passeri og (UC SAMPDORIA), 48’ Agnese Bonfantini (UC SAMPDORIA), 79’ Cecilia Re (UC SAMPDORIA)
Yellow cards: 22’ Gaia Apicella (ASD CALCIO POMIGLIANO), 35’ Tecla Pettenuzzo (UC SAMPDORIA), 47’ Cecilia Prugna (UC SAMPDORIA), 74’ Tatiely (ASD CALCIO POMIGLIANO)

Goals: 15’ Camilla Linberg (FC COMO WOMEN), 31’ Refiloe Jane (SASSUOLO), 83’ Julia Karlernäs pen (FC COMO WOMEN)
Yellow cards: 13’ Benedetta Orsi (SASSUOLO), 17’ Julia Karlernäs (FC COMO WOMEN), 22’ Matilde Pavan (FC COMO WOMEN), 34’ Daniela Sabatino (SASSUOLO)

Championship round

Saturday, 22nd of April

Goals: 27’ Christy Grimshaw (AC MILAN), 61’ Elisa Polli (INTERNAZIONALE), 81’ Martina Piemonte (AC MILAN), 83’ Valery Vigilucci (AC MILAN)
Yellow cards: 26’ Elisa Polli (INTERNAZIONALE), 29’ Greta Adami (AC MILAN), 49’ Chanté Dompig (AC MILAN)

AS ROMA – JUVENTUS 3-2 (1-2)
Goals: 14’ Barbara Bonansea (JUVENTUS), 16’ Andressa (AS ROMA), 25’ Arianna Caruso pen (JUVENTUS), 60’ Valentina Giacinti (AS ROMA), 86’ Sophie Haug (AS ROMA)
Yellow cards: 33’ Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir (JUVENTUS), 39’ Barbara Bonansea (JUVENTUS), 45’ Julia Grosso (JUVENTUS), 48’ Elena Linari (AS ROMA), 66’ Andressa (AS ROMA), 87’ Sophie Haug (AS ROMA)

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