The second happened this weekend Women’s First Division Football Day. A weekend that witnessed above all Roma’s important win (2-0 over AC Milan) and the fireworks tie between Juventus and Inter (3-3). The show was clearly not absent, and as usual many Italian girls took to the field. So let’s go and find out Top three this weekend.
Michela Campiaghi: The Parma striker started his team’s comeback against Sassuolo with a very important goal. The 1996 team took advantage of a mistake to disengage the opposing goalkeeper (Kresche) before finding the crucial moment 1-1 with a very strong Southpaw.
Giorgia Spinelli: After suffering 0-1, Sampdoria found the draw against Pomigliano thanks to a superb free kick from the Sampdoria defender. Shot from the category of 1994 hit the crossbar and then entered the goal. Later Rincon’s goal came from a penalty kick and Antonio Cincotta’s girls came back to win 2-1.
Today’s Champions League calendar: Match schedules for September 13, streamed, which can be viewed on Sky and Canale5
Valentina Giacenti: Roma beat Milan 2-0 and part of the credit goes to No. 9. The Giallorossi striker, born in 1994, was a starter with a beautiful left-handed goal after missing three opponents.
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