Sudan’s Al-Hilal booked a last-four berth at the Champions League following a goalless draw with Morocco’s Raja in Casablanca on Sunday.
The draw was enough to lift the Sudanese giants to the semifinal as Group A runners up with eight points.
Cameroon’s Cotonsport, who were fighting with Al-Hilal for the second group ticket to the semis, finished third on seven points after slumping to a 2-0 defeat by Nigeria’s Enyimba in Aba in Sunday’s other game.
Enyimba, who won back-to-back Champions League titles in 2003 and 2004, had already qualified as the group leaders. They finished the group-stage campaign with an impressive tally of 14 points.
They will face Moroccan outfit Wydad, who finished second in Group B, in the semifinal while Tunisia’s Esperance will play Al-Hilal.