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Women’s football, the best Italians of the 18th day of Serie A: Lisa Boattin and Benedetta Glionna great protagonists


The 18th day of the women’s Serie A football ended yesterday. A round that saw the triumphs of Juventus against Inter and Roma against Sassuolo in the upper floors of the table. Like every weekend, several Italians took the field: let’s find out the best three of this weekend.

3) Valentina Bergamaschi: Milan won a very important match against Fiorentina and moved to third position in the standings. Kicking off the dances in the Vismara match is the goal of the 25-year-old born in Varese. His tap-in at 22 ‘is essential to put the challenge on the right tracks before the final goal of Tucceri who definitively closes the accounts.

2) Benedetta Glionna: in the very high ranking match against Sassuolo the Giallorossi striker is essential to bring home the victory. After Paloma Lazaro’s initial goal, Glionna takes the chair. The native of Naples first brings the score to 2-0 with a deflected shot and then closes the accounts in the recovery by finalizing a Roma counterattack. For her this is the first multiple marking in this Serie A.

1) Lisa Boattin: after the amazing success in the Champions League Women against Lyon, Juventus celebrates their 100th match in Serie A with a beautiful victory in the Italian derby. The best of the match is definitely the full-back born in 1997, protagonist with a magnificent brace from outside the box. Two goals that make the blue the best scorer in the current championship among the defenders with five goals on the scoresheet (a + two against AC Milan Tucceri Cimini).

Photo LiveMedia / Maurizio Valletta