The eight teams that have qualified for the 2021/22 CAF Champions League quarter-finals have been confirmed ahead of the draw on Tuesday. Here are the remaining sides competing for the continental title!
Reigning African champions Al Ahly sealed the last spot in the Champions League quarter-finals after defeating Sudan's Al Hilal on Sunday night, with Pitso Mosimane's Egyptian giants finishing second behind his former club Mamelodi Sundowns in Group A.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the eight sides that have advanced to the CAF Champions League quarter-finals
Masandawana went through the group stage without tasting defeat, picking up five wins and a draw in their six matches.
In Group B, Raja Casablanca and ES Setif advanced to the knockout stages after finishing with 15 and nine points, respectively.
On Sunday, the two sides faced off against each other, and it was the Moroccans who came out victorious with a 1-0 win over their Algerian opponents.
In Group C, ES Tunis joined Sundowns as the only two teams to have not lost a game in the competition so far, while CR Belouizdad are the other Algerian team that is in the next round, with their the second-place finish guaranteeing them a spot in the draw this week.
The final group saw Wydad Casablanca and Petro de Luanda finish as number one and two, respectively, despite the former inflicting a 5-1 thrashing on the latter when the two teams met on Sunday.
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