Lazio Women suffered their fifth consecutive loss of the season yesterday, losing 3-0 to Sassuolo Femminile.
Coach Carolina Morace would be dismissed following the defeat, with the team sitting rock bottom of the Serie A Femminile table after the first five matches of the season, having a goal difference of -17.
- Lazio Women (4-2-3-1): Stephanie Ohrstrom; Margot Gambarotta, Maria Moller Thomsen, Beatrix Foerdos, Nora Heroum; Arianna Pezzotti (45’ Federica Savini), Ella Mastrantonio; Antonietta Castiello, Signe Holt Andersen (70’ Sarah Mattei), Rachel Cuschieri (45’ Noemi Visentin); Adriana Martin (60’ Francesca Pittaccio).
- Sassuolo Femminile (4-3-3): Diede Lemey; Erika Santoro (66’ Benedetta Brignoli), Tamar Dongus, Maria Filangeri, Davina Philtjens; Alice Benoit (58’ Alice Parisi), Mana Mihashi (45’ Benedetta Orsi), Kamila Dubcova; Sofia Cantore, Martina Tomaselli (87’ Claudia Ferrato), Lana Clelland (66’ Michela Cambiaghi).
Sassuolo Femminile were clearly in the driving seat at the Stadio Enzo Ricci, looking fired up and confident as they faced a nervous and unsure Lazio Women squad.
The Neroverdi converted this momentum into a goal in the 31st minute, with Tomaselli finding the back of the net to put Sassuolo 1-0 up.
In the second half things were a little closer but Sassuolo still came out ahead, finding their second goal in the 85th minute thanks to Dongus, making it 2-0.
Cantore scored to make it 3-0 in the 90th minute, closing out another miserable afternoon for the Lazio Women squad.
Ohrstrom was Lazio’s best player on the pitch but despite her wonderful performance, she couldn’t single-handedly keep the club in the match.