Al Wehdat handily defeated Oman’s Al Nahda 4-0 last night at Prince Hassan Stadium to book their ticket to the Round of 16 of the AFC Cup.
Al Wehdat finished in the top spot of Group A with 13 points, and are in great form as the tournament shifts to the knockout stages.
Al Jazeera, however, fell 4-0 to Iraqi club Al Shorta yesterday in Doha, dropping to second place in Group B with 9 points.
Al Jazeera had already secured a spot in the second round entering Tuesday’s night match, but seeding purposes between the two sides were still to be hashed out in the final match.
The clubs have two weeks off before the Round of 16 begins, as both teams await Wednesday’s results to find out their next opponent.
Al Wehdat will play the runner-up of Group C, either Istiklol from Tajikistan or Turkmen club FC Ahal, while Al Jazeera will face Group D winner, Syrian side Al-Jaish or Al-Kuwait.