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Nigerian Trillionaire, Aliko Dangote seen enjoying the popular Gelato Ice Cream

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In a video trending on social media, Nigeria’s richest man, Aliko Dangote is relishing his Gelato Ice with his friends and the video has prompted reactions from Nigeria. Sharing the video, his close friend and fellow Billionaire, Femi Otedola wrote ; The One & Only Authentic Nigerian Trillionaire, Aliko DANGOTE catches the #GELATO bug ???? … F.Ote?? Video Player Media error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not found mejs.download-file: https://www.yabaleftonline.ng/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Femi-Ote%F0%9F%92%B2-@femiotedola-%E2%80%A2-Instagram-photos-and-videos.mp4?_=1 00:00 00:00 Aliko Dangote GCON is a Nigerian business magnate, investor, and owner of the Dangote Group, which has interests in commodities in Nigeria and other African countries. As of March 2019, he had an estimated net worth of US$10.6 billion
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Champions League: Sterling Completes Dramatic Man City Comeback At Schalke

Raheem Sterling celebrates after scoring Manchester City’s winning goal during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg football match between Schalke 04 and Manchester City on February 20, 2019, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Odd ANDERSEN / AFP

Raheem Sterling sealed a dramatic 3-2 Champions League win for 10-man Manchester City at Schalke as the English champions scored twice in the last five minutes on Wednesday.
Sterling tucked away the winner at the Veltins Arena in the 90th minute just after substitute Leroy Sane fired home a stunning free-kick for the Premier League leaders against his former club in the last 16, first leg.
Schalke led 2-1 at half-time as the video assistant referee (VAR) twice intervened to award penalties, both converted by Nabil Bentaleb, cancelling out Sergio Aguero’s opener in Gelsenkirchen.
City were in real trouble with 22 minutes left when Nicolas Otamendi, who gave away the controversial first penalty, was sent off for a second yellow card before Sane’s moment of brilliance and Sterling’s winner.
However, City still have some work to do in the return leg on March 12 with Fernandinho, who was booked when conceding the second spot-kick, and Otamendi both suspended.
Manchester City’s English forward Raheem Sterling scores the winning goal in front of Schalke’s German goalkeeper Ralf Faehrmann. Odd ANDERSEN / AFP
Schalke are just above the Bundesliga’s relegation places and winless in their last four league games, yet they gave Premier League leaders City an almighty scare.
The hosts initially struggled to get out of their half as Man City dominated the opening 30 minutes, until the game swung dramatically Schalke’s way with the two penalty decisions.
Schalke shot themselves in the foot for City’s opening goal on 18 minutes when a lazy pass from goalkeeper Ralf Faehrmann to Salif Sane was snapped up by David Silva.
The Spaniard drew Faehrmann and selflessly served up a simple tap-in for Aguero to claim his 10th goal in his last seven City appearances.

Schalke sparked into life

However, falling behind sparked life into Schalke.
Striker Mark Uth fired wide, then ex-Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Bentaleb got the better of Ilkay Gundogan in midfield.
Likewise, a cheer went up when US international Weston McKennie nicked the ball off Kevin De Bruyne.
Schalke drew level after Daniel Caligiuri fired in a speculative shot which clipped Otamendi’s arm.
There was a delay of nearly three minutes for a VAR review, which Sky reported was caused by a technical problem as referee Carlos del Cerro Grande could not view the replay.
Despite City’s furious protests, the spot-kick was duly awarded, which Bentaleb tucked away to the delight of the home crowd on 38 minutes and they would be celebrating again soon after.
The Germans took the lead when Fernandinho pushed Senegal defender Salif Sane when a free-kick flew into the box, and VAR again intervened and another penalty went Schalke’s way.
Bentaleb stepped up to smash the spot-kick past Ederson and put Schalke ahead.
The second half was a much more even affair with Schalke no longer intimidated to be playing star-studded City.
In turn, the visitors’ problems were compounded on 68 minutes when Otamendi clattered Schalke’s replacement forward Guido Burgstaller and was dismissed.
City manager Pep Guardiola reacted by swapping midfielder David Silva for veteran centre-back Vincent Kompany to settle the defence.
In a bid to turn the match with 13 minutes left, Leroy Sane came on for Aguero and the Germany international produced the goods against the club he left in 2016, before Sterling latched onto goalkeeper Ederson’s long clearance as the home defence hesitated and slotted in.

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