Serie A Puro Bio regular season standings halved in Bisceglie’s Final Four for the 21st edition of the quintessential women’s Italian Cup. The push was ahead of Lazio and, although suffering, tamed the leathery biancocelesti. Who undermines the prediction of the championship is the Bitonto. A great bitonto who was the first to defeat undefeated Serie A leaders Pescara Puro Bio.
ALL IN RECOVERY
In the first semi-final of the Final Four in Bisceglie, goalless first half between Kick Off and Lazio: All Blacks and Aquilotte put on a show in a throbbing second half: Vanelli-Maite’s double win doesn’t beat Chilelli’s Lazio. Who, despite the heavy loss of Barca, who has just returned from a long injury, reopens the game with Beita. Stegius makes it 3: 1, Marques makes the two minutes full of pathos, but the result does not change: the new edition of the Italian cup final from 2019 ends 3: 2.
THE FIRST TIME AT BITONTO
The PalaDolmen super semi-final is unlocked after just 33 seconds: the usual Lucileia takes care of the burning Bitonto-Pescara, second and first in the championship respectively. But Pescara reacts immediately and reaches a draw with Aline. Federica Belli passed the ball at the foot from Abruzzo but missed a free throw, all in all very difficult. In fact, the Apulians made the difference in the second half: a Verzulli own goal and a stone throw by Diana Santos made it 3-1. Dudu Morgado pushes in the goalkeeper immediately, but the 5vs4 does not bring the desired effect. First final in their history in the women’s Serie A for the girls from Marzuoli, big favorites at the time to win the Italian Cup. Sunday final, kick-off at 6:15 p.m., live TV on Sky.
ITALIAN CUP SERIES A PURE ORGANIC
SATURDAY 22 APRIL
Semifinals – PALADOLMEN
SUNDAY 23 APRIL 2023
FINAL at 6.15pm (live Sky Sport)
KICK OFF BITONTO
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