After a goalless first half, Al Hilal managed to open the scoring when Nefesh followed up a ball outside the penalty area that he sent to the left of Yazid Abu Laila (64).

Al-Hilal dominated the course of the match and missed several achieved opportunities, but achieved the most important, which is to qualify for the second round, during which it will face the winner of the Gulf match and justice.

In the same round, Al Nasr did not find it difficult to qualify for the final eighth, when it swept its host Ohud 5-1, in the meeting held at Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal Stadium in Jeddah.

Al Nasr dominated the course of the first half and succeeded in scoring through a penalty kick scored by Senegalese Sadio Mané (16), and before the whistle at the end of this half, one was able to modify the result when Poland's Konrad Michalak broke the offside trap and singled out the goalkeeper and played the ball falling into the goal (45 + 4).

In the second half, Al-Nasr returned to progress when Ivory Sekou Fofana aimed a strong ball from outside the penalty area settled to the right of Salem Qaboos (62) before Al-Nasr expanded the difference with a header from Brazilian Talisca (73) and then added a fourth goal scored by Ayman Yahya (81) and a fifth scored by Sami Al-Najai (86).

For his part, Al-Najma became the first team from the First Division League (the second level in Saudi football) to advance to the final round after defeating Al-Raed 2-1, in the meeting held at the Education Stadium in Unaizah.

The star ended the first half ahead with two goals scored by Guinean Ousmane Barry (11) and Brazilian Alain Lima (13).

In the second half, Al-Raed reduced the difference with a goal by Moroccan Karim Berkaoui (60).

In the next round, Nejmeh will face Al Nasr.

Damak qualified for the second round after defeating Qaisumah 2-1, in the meeting that brought them together at Damak Club Stadium in Khamis Mushait. And condemned the advantage during the first half for Damak, which ended in his favor with a goal scored by Romanian Nicolai Stanciu (31).

In the second half, Damak strengthened its lead with a second goal scored by Gambian Asan Sesay (73), before Qaisumah reduced the difference with a reverse goal scored by Sultan Faqihi by mistake in his own goal (77).

Your inclusion in the next round will meet its counterpart with the agreement.

On Tuesday, Al Ain and Al Ahly will meet, while Al Ittihad will be a guest of Al Kholoud, and Al Faisaly Al Tai will face Al Tai in the round of 32.