Women’s Football Podcast: A vital win for Parma and derby delight for Inter

Serie A Femminile's Matchday 15 games were packed full of goals and drama with wins for Inter, Parma, Juventus, AS Roma and Fiorentina. We're here to chat through all the action.

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Matchday 15 in Serie A Femminile was a big one at the bottom of the table and in the city of Milan. There was a crucial result for bottom-of-the-table side Parma as they got the better of Como at the Stadio Ennio Tardini.

The only goal in the 1-0 win came from debutant Mia Corbin who had only come on three minutes prior. With Palomo Lazaro starting the game and showing her quality, there is renewed hope in Parma that relegation can be avoided.

In Milan, Inter secured the bragging rights as they beat AC Milan 4-1, making it an aggregate score of 8-1 for the season. Tabitha Chawinga netted twice in what was a terrible game for Milan goalkeeper Laura Giuliani.

To chat through the action, Euan Burns is hosting the Women’s Football Podcast and getting all the details from Conor Clancy.

As ever, the Women’s Football Podcast in which we talk through the Serie A Femminile action is available exclusively here to subscribers to Patreon.com/TotalItalianFootball, where there are €2, €5 and €10 tiers available.

Serie A Femminile Matchday 15 results

DateSerie A Femminile Results
Saturday, Jan 28Fiorentina 2-0 Pomigliano
Saturday, Jan 28AC Milan 1-4 Inter
Sunday, Jan 29Juventus 5-0 Sampdoria
Sunday, Jan 29Parma 1-0 Como
Sunday, Jan 29AS Roma 5-0 Sassuolo

Serie A Femminile table after Matchday 15

PosClubMPPts
1AS Roma1539
2Juventus1534
3Fiorentina1531
4Inter1529
5AC Milan1525
6Pomigliano1513
7Sassuolo1511
8Como1511
9Sampdoria1510
10Parma159

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