Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Orlando Pirates' 1-0 win over Ajax Cape Town on Tuesday evening.
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Musa Nyatama: 6.5/10
The midfielder put in a solid showing in the middle of the park, as he orchestrated most of Pirates' attacks. He was also named Man of the Match.
Happy Jele: 6.5/10
Jele put in a solid showing in the heart of the Pirates and was key to keeping a clean sheet.
Innocent Maela: 6.5/10
Maela seems to be making the left-back spot his own now. He was impressive going forward and hardly put a foot wrong defensively.
Isaac Nhlapo: 6/10
Despite falling a sleep for the opening goal, Nhlapo was impressive for the rest of match and was key to keeping the score at 1-0.
Bernard Morrison: 6.5/10
Morrison returned to the line-up and he did not disappoint in the first half. He got the game's only goal and was a real threat down the left flank.
Wayne Sandilands: 6/10
The Pirates shot-stopper commanded his box whenever balls flew into the box, and he produced a superb save to deny Ajax a point late in the second half.
Erwin Isaacs: 4/10
Isaacs had a tough time dealing with Maela and Morrison, and drew a number of fouls, most notably in the first half.
Tahsreeq Morris: 4/10
Morris was lively upfront for Ajax, but squandered a couple chances, included an opportunity in second-half stoppage time.
Thabo Qalinge: 4/10
Qalinge was let down by his decision-making on the day. He also squandered a very good chance to double Pirates' lead in the second half.
Grant Margeman: 4/10
The Young midfielder was energetic in midfield, but was guilty of losing possession too easily at times.