USM Alger and Ferroviário Beira drew 0-0 in the 2017 CAF Champions League quarter-final second-leg match at the Stade du 5 Juillet on Saturday night.
The win sees the Algerian club qualify for the semi-finals after winning the tie on the away goals rule following a 1-1 draw on aggregate.
Mozambican side Beira bow out of the tournament.
The first-leg match had ended in a 1-1 draw in Mozambique last weekend and Alger were targeting a home victory.
Alger's dangerman Oussama Darfalou was tightly marked by the visitors, who were also looking to take the lead.
However, the score was 0-0 at half-time with coach Paul Put's Alger charges having failed to score.
Fabrice Kanda, who had netted for Beira in the first-leg match, was closely watched by Rafik-Chafai, the Alger defender.
Beira were unable to score in the second-half and the match ended in a 0-0 stalemate.
Alger (0) 0
Beira (0) 0
Alger: Zemmamouche, Meftah, Benmoussa, Chafaï, Abdellaoui, Benkhemassa, Hammar (Hamzaoui 78') Koudri, Darfalou, Beldjilali (Sayoud 74'), Meziane (Sidibe 92').
Beira: Manyatera, Nyirenda, Amorim, Edson Morais, Abrao Jose Cufa, Agy, Manuel (Andro 87'), Ugwu (Omar 72'), Kanda, Maninho, Dayo.