Petrojet have failed to make the most of their away goal in the Confederation Cup round of 32 first leg against Mali's Djoliba, waving the competition goodbye after a goalless home draw on Saturday.
Following a 2-1 away defeat in Bamako, Petrojet hoped to take advantage of James Teddy's goal in the first leg – only to play out a scoreless draw at Suez Stadium.
The petroleum side now crashed out of the Confederation Cup on their second appearance, leaving Zamalek as the sole Egyptian representative in Africa's second competition.
South Africa's Orlando Pirates managed to go through to the final 16 following a 4-3 aggregate win over Uganda's URA, as Tanzanian side Young Africans also marched through with another exciting 5-2 aggregate victory over Zimbabwe's Platinum.
Ivory Coast's ASEC also qualified for the next round after overcoming Libya's Ittihad 3-2 on aggregate.
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