Women’s Serie A 2023/24: Team of the Week – Matchday 12

With the Women's Serie A returning from its winter break for Matchday 12, plenty of individuals stood out and earned their place in the Team of the Week and AS Roma, Juventus, Sampdoria, Sassuolo and Fiorentina all represented.

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Women’s Serie A returned from the winter break with a lively Matchday 12 that saw the battle to secure a top-half finish in the regular season hot up. At the top, both AS Roma and Juventus won again, with AC Milan‘s struggles near the foot of the table worsening.

There were some shining individual performances, and we’ve put our heads together to name our Women’s Serie A Team of the Week.

Champions Roma maintained their incredible 100% record so far this term by comfortably seeing off Pomigliano, with Laura Feiersinger starring for the Giallorosse with a goal and an assist.

Juventus needed a fine strike from Sofia Cantore to get the better of Milan in Biella, and Fiorentina ran out winners in a six-goal-thriller against bottom-placed Napoli Femminile.

The two most significant results of the weekend came towards the middle of the table though, with a Chiara Beccari-inspired Sassuolo beating Inter to close in on the Nerazzurre and the top half, while Sampdoria did similarly with an identical 1-0 away win at a stuttering Como Women thanks to young midfielder Eva Schatzer‘s header that allowed her to mark her 19th birthday a few days early in style.

Women’s Serie A 23/24 – Matchday 12 Team of the Week

Women’s Serie A Team of the Week for Matchday 12: Solene Durand; Elisabetta Oliviero, Cecilia Re, Maria Luisa Filangeri, Lisa Boattin; Laura Feiersinger, Eva Schatzer, Veronica Boquete; Sofia Cantore, Chiara Beccari, Michela Catena.

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