Al-Ahly Benghazi has officially qualified for the 32 round of the African Champions League competition, after their opponents; the Ethiopian team Mekelle Kenema did not turn out in the match which was scheduled to take place on Saturday.

Al-Ahly, the referees, and all officials concerned attended the stadium ready for the match, but the rival team did not turn out.

After the legal time ended, the referee blew his whistle, declaring Al-Ahly the winners of the match, therefore, qualifies for the 32nd round.

Al-Ahly Benghazi will play the Tunisian Espérance Sportive de Tunis in the next round, as the first leg will take place on 22 or 23 December in Egypt and the return match in Tunisia on 5 or 6 January 2021.