Nasr scrambled home from a corner after the break before Hamid sealed victory from a superb solo effort nine minutes from time to ensure the maximum points for the ‘Seed al-Balad’.
It was a deserving victory for the hosts who were backed by a packed crowd at their favourite El Hilal Stadium. Hilal have four points from two games, which takes them provisionally to the summit of group pending the outcome of the other fixture between Moghreb Tetouane of Morocco and four-time winners, TP Mazembe in Tetouan later.
The keenly contested first half failed to produce any goal despite the hosts having the better of the exchanges.
Their efforts yielded dividends seven minutes after the break, when Ahmed connected home from a Mudather El Taib corner to send the stadium agog.
Hilal pressed further and Hamid, one of the fresh limbs introduced by coach Nabil Kouki in the second half fired a curling shot on 78 minutes which missed target.
Three minutes later, Hamid brought the whole stadium on its feet with a superb goal to sign off victory. From a counter, the 26-year old took on the entire Smouha defence, beating three defenders on the run, before firing past a hapless Mahdy Soliman.
The visitors were unsuccessful in their bid for a consolation at the death, with Salah Amin heading wide from a Kouakou Mansou cross from the right.
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