Playmaker Mohamed Tahir and Abobakkar Suliman scored a brace each and a goal each from Ghanaian-import Nelson Ladzagla and Maaz Abdelrahim ensured Obeid went through 6-0 on aggregate.
In the second half, Abdelrahim took the game beyond the visitors with the fifth on 63 minutes before Tahir put the icing on the cake with the sixth nine minutes from time.
Ibrahim ‘Ibrahoma’ Hussein (Head Coach, Hilal Obied)
We could have won by more than six goals. I hope this result will inspire our performance in the next round. With better preparations, we can do better.
Friday, 16 March 2018
Supersport (South Africa) 2-1 Atletico (Angola) (0-0)
Ahly Shendi (Sudan) 2-1 CS la Mancha (Congo) (0-3)
Saturday, 17 March 2018
APR (Rwanda) 2-1 Djoliba (Mali) (0-1)
Hilal Obied (Sudan) 6-0 Olympic (Burundi) (0-0)
Nkana (Zambia) 1-0 CR Belouizdad (Algeria) (0-3)
El Masry (Egypt) 0-0 Simba (Tanzania) (2-2)
Club Africain (Tunisia) 0-1 RS Berkane (Morocco) (1-3)
Nouadhibou (Mauritania) 2-4 Raja Athletic Club (Morocco) (1-1)
Sunday, 18 March 2018
Cape Town City (South Africa) vs Costa do Sol (Mozambique) (1-0)
Enyimba (Nigeria) vs Energie (Benin) (2-0)
Fosa Juniors (Madagascar) vs Port Louis (Mauritius) (2-0)
USM Alger (Algeria) vs AS Maniema (DR Congo) (2-2)
Deportivo Niefang (Equatorial Guinea) vs Motema Pembe (DR Congo) (1-1)
Akwa United (Nigeria) vs Al Ittihad (Libya) (0-1)
Ben Guerdane (Tunisia) vs CARA (Congo) (0-3)
Zamalek (Egypt) vs Wolaitta Dicha (Ethiopia) (1-2)
*Team in bold qualifies to next round