Al-Ittihad extended their winning streak in the ongoing preliminary round of the African Champions League with a 2-1 home win against Zanzibar's KMKM F.C., after defeating them in the away game with similar results.

The two teams played on the grounds of the Taieb Mhiri Stadium in Sfax, Tunisia, on Sunday.

Youssef Kara opened the score for Al-Ittihad before Mohamed Zoabieh added a second goal from the penalty area.

With this victory, Al Ittihad will be facing a powerful opponent in the next round of the Champions League, which is the Esperance of Tunisia.

Meanwhile, Al-Ahly Tripoli qualified to the second round of the African Confederation Cup with a perfect 4-0 victory over its guest Hay A-Wadi F.C of Sudan at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi on Sunday.

Ali Matouk and Saleh Al-Taher of Al-Ahly scored the first two goals before the team got their well-deserved third and fourth goal through Muhammad Al-Tarhouni.

CAF had canceled the first leg match in Khartoum after Al-Ahly refused to play on the grounds of the Halim Shaddad Stadium for its poor condition and facilities.