Egyptian Premier League side Pyramids booked their spot in the CAF Confederation Cup quarter-finals during Sunday's group stage action.
Pyramids 2-0 Al Masry
Pyramids ensured passage to the CAF Confederation Cup quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over Al Masry at home on Sunday.
Goals either side of the half from Eric Traore and Nabil Emad gifted the Egyptians their fourth successive win in the group, as Masry stay second.
Enyimba 4-1 Paradou
Enyimba picked up their second win in Group D with a 4-1 hammering of Paradou at the Enyimba International Stadium.
A hat-trick from Stanley Dimgba followed by Victor Mbaoma’s solitary effort helped the Nigerians to an emphatic triumph, with Abdelhak Kadri netting Paradou’s consolation late on.
Enugu Rangers 1-1 Nouadhibou
Fellow Nigerian side Enugu Rangers were held to a 1-1 draw against Nouadhibou at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Group A.
The visitors were first to hit the opener courtesy of Yassin Welly on 23 minutes until a penalty on 68 minutes from Ibrahim Olawoyin gave either side a point.
Zanaco 3-0 ESAE
Zanaco secured their first group stage win after seeing off ESAE FC 3-0 at the National Heroes Stadium.
Rodger Kola contributed with a second-half double after Ernest Mbewe came from the bench in the second period to fire the opener.
Montema Pembe 1-0 RSB Berkane
Montema Pembe strengthened their quarterfinal quest with a hard-fought 1-0 win over RSB Berkane at home.
The victory puts Pembe second in Group B, level on points with Berkane after Willam Luezi netted the winner in the 69th minute.
Hassania Agadir 3-0 San-Pedro
Hassania Agadir extended their lead at the top of Group D with an easy 3-0 victory over San-Pedro at the Stade Adrar.
A second-half hat-trick from forward Karim El Berkaoui ensured Agadir’s comfortable progression to the last eight as San-Pedro bow out.
Djoliba 0-0 AC Horoya
Djoliba climbed to second spot in Group C after playing to a goalless draw against Guineans AC Horoya.
Horoya remain on top of the group however despite the result, as both sides have it all to play for in the last two matches.