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Serie A Femminile: Sassuolo finally win again

In Matchday 19 of Serie A Femminile, Sassuolo ended their 4-games streak without a win. 3-0 win against Pomigliano keeps their hopes of second place alive. Juventus remain on the top with 5-point advantage ahead of last three matches.

Serie A Femminile, Matchday 19

Sunday, 3rd of April

AS Roma – Hellas Verona 7-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 10′ Milica Mijatović (R), 24′ Milica Mijatović (R), 52′ Andressa Alves (R), 59′ Paloma Lazaro (R), 71′ Giorgia Arrigoni (H), 76′ Valeria Pirone (R), 78′ Benedetta Glionna (R), 85′ Sophie Haug (R)
Yellow cards: 41′ Ana Jelenčić (H), 73′ Aurora De Sanctis (H), 90+2′ Francesca Quazzico (H)

Juventus – US Sampdoria 3-1 (2-0)
Scorers: 28′ Cristiana Girelli (J), 31′ Barbara Bonansea (J), 73′ Arianna Caruso (J) pen, 83′ Caterina Bargi (S)
Yellow cards: 79′ Annahita Zamanian (J)

Empoli Ladies – AC Milan 0-3 (0-2)
Scorers: 4′ Valentina Bergamaschi (M), 17′ Lindsey Thomas (M), 55′ Lindsey Thomas (M)
Yellow cards: 64′ Gudny Arnadottir (M)

Saturday, 2nd of April

Inter Milano – ACF Fiorentina 2-0 (2-0)
Scorers: 5′ Marta Pandini (I), 20′ Marta Pandini (I)
Yellow cards: 86′ Flaminia Simonetti (I)

Napoli CF – SS Lazio 0-1 (0-1)
Scorers: 30′ Giulia Ferrandi (L) pen
Yellow cards: 9′ Paola Di Marino (N), 36′ Rachel Cuschieri (L), 40′ Chiara Vigliucci (L), 70′ Virginia Di Giammarino (L), 83′ Martina Toniolo (N), 88′ Noemi Visentin (L)

Pomigliano Calcio – US Sassuolo 0-3 (0-2)
Scorers: 3′ Michela Cambiaghi (S), 14′ Michela Cambiaghi (S), 52′ Lana Clelland (S)
Yellow cards: 34′ Giorgia Tudisco (P), 70′ Liucija Vaitukaityte (P), 86′ Benedetta Brignoli (S)
Other events: 26′ Deborah Salvatori RInaldi (P) missed penalty

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