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Celestial Church Female Member Spotted Dancing in Istanbul Stadium During Man City vs Inter, Video
- Manchester City defeated Inter Milan in the Champions League final
- A Nigerian female Celestial Church member was at the stadium to watch the match
- The lady was in a joyous mood as she was seen dancing before the kickoff of the final in Istanbul
An adorable video has emerged on social media where a member of the Celestial Church of Christ identified as Adekoya Bolanle was spotted dancing inside the Istanbul Stadium during the Champions League final clash.
The 2022/23 Champions League final was played on Saturday, June 10, as Premier League champions Manchester City defeated Inter Milan 1-0 in what was a challenging battle.
Going into this final, Pep Guardiola and his wards were already tipped to record a win considering how they defeated Real Madrid in the semi-final second-leg battle.
And ahead of the final, Adekoya Bolanle was seen wearing her white garment and rocking it hard in the stands with brilliant dancing skills.
It was not clear if the Nigerian lady had gone to support Manchester City or Inter Milan according to the video on Twitter.
Watch the video below
Who scored for Man City?
Rodri scored the only goal of the match in the 68th minute which was enough to give Manchester City the win against Inter Milan.
City ended the season with a treble as they had earlier won the Premier League and FA Cup before traveling to Istanbul for the Champions League final.
When Guardiola will leave City
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola has decided to quit the club when his contract expires in 2025.
The Spaniard's decision comes after leading City to a historic treble during the just-concluded 2022/23 campaign.
The Citizens became only the second Premier League club to win the treble after city rivals, Man United, after they managed to secure three major trophies under Guardiola.
English giants beat Arsenal to the league title with three games to spare, before seeing off the Red Devils in the FA Cup final to add yet another silverware to their haul.