RUBAVU http://www.airmaxsaleoutlet.com/ , Rwanda, Jan. 26 (Xinhua) -- The Super Eagles of Nigeria lost 1-0 to Guinea and failed to advance in the 2016 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) here on Tuesday.
The tournament favorite finished third in Group C after the loss while Tunisia and Guinea qualified for the quarter-finals.
Tunisia humbled Niger 5-0 in the other group game played at the same time to top the group.
Ibrahima Sory Sankhnon scored the lone goal at the stroke of half time to give the Guinea team the lead.
The Nigerians, who beat Niger 4-1 in their opening match, attacked in the second half but failed to score.
At the Nyamirambo Stadium, Tunisia was in good form and run rings around a 10-man Niger side that had Youssouf Oumarou Alio send-off.
Saad Bguir scored the opening goal after five minutes before getting his second of the day after 39 minutes.
Tunisia's leading scorer at the tournament Ahmed Akaichi made it 3-0 after 76 minutes before Mohamed Amine Ben Amour and substitute Essifi Hichem netted two more goals.
""We are happy to qualify as Group leaders. We shall now go and plan for the knock out stage,"" said a happy Tunisian coach Hatem Missaoui.
Tunisia and Guinea join Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and Cote d'Ivoire in the quarter finals. Enditem
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Under a rare blue summer sky on London’s Westminster Bridge, Jiachun Lin poses in a flowing white lace gown and windtossed veil with her fiance Da Song.
For Chinese couples, wedding photos are not simply about having a photographer show up on the big day.
They can be elaborate affairs involving costumes, make-up artists, camera assistants and trips overseas, sometimes even underwater, and take up as much as a quarter of the wedding budget.
Bride Jiachun Lin and groom Da Song of China pose for a pre-wedding photograph on Westminster Bridge in London, Britain, September 2, 2017. REUTERS Bride Jiachun Lin of China poses for a pre-wedding photograph on Westminster Bridge in London, Britain, September 2, 2017. REUTERS Bride Jiachun Lin of China poses for a pre-wedding photograph on Westminster Bridge in London, Britain, September 2, 2017. REUTERS Golden Ladies, one of Beijing’s 24x7 wedding photo studios, fills up with as many as 75 couples on a busy day
“You can go to a studio to have pre-wedding pictures taken and you can pretend to be anywhere, they have so many backdrops,” said Song, 28, who will be tying the knot with his 24-year-old bride in China’s northeastern city of Harbin.
Of course, it’s better if you can actually go there, said Song, whose photoshoot with UK Wedding set him back 1,000 pounds ($1,303). UK Wedding is one of several London-based companies catering exclusively to clients from China.
“I went to university in Newcastle, so England has always been very important to me. I want to show my family and friends what it means to me,” Song said.
Living in a globally connected world and given rising incomes, young Chinese are increasingly looking to impress with lavish weddings that mix traditional elements and Western trends, complete with a walk down the aisle, bridesmaids, ushers and even a hired wedding planner.
Revenue for China’s wedding services industry was estimated to have reached $24.6 billion in 2016, data provider IBISWorld said in a report this year. That covered car rentals, restaurant decorations, photography and videography, among others.
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