Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 win over Orlando Pirates in the Soweto Derby.
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Gustavo Paez: 7/10
Paez's movement was top notch on the day, as he bagged the assist for Parker's goal. His work-rate was also impressive.
Lorenzo Gordinho: 6.5/10
Gordino put in a solid showing in the heart of defence and did well against the Pirates powerful attack. He was also unlucky to not score in the first half.
George Maluleka: 6.5/10
Maluleka combined well with Ekstein on a few occasions and helped Chiefs dominate in the first half. He also hit the upright in the first half.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6.5/10
Put in an impressive showing down the right flank. He was solid defensively and added numbers going forward.
Hendrick Ekstein: 7/10
Ekstein was a real livewire for the AmaKhosi in the middle of the park and was involved in every attack going forward.
Tsepo Masilela: 7/10
Masilela hardly put a foot wrong in the defence and was defensively sound, while he also added numbers going forward.
Issa Sarr: 4/10
Struggled to cope with the likes of Maluleka and Ekstein, and was careless with possession of the ball.
Mpho Makola: 4/10
Struggled to get any joy against Mphahlele, which saw play a subdued part for most of the game.
Oupa Manyisa: 4/10
Failed to stamp his authority on the encounter and barely offered anything going forward. He failed to keep up with Maluleka and Ekstein.
Ayanda Gcaba: 5/10
Gcaba's partnership with Jele did not look impressive in the first half, as they struggled to deal with pace and movement of Paez.