Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates shared the spoils at the FNB Stadium on Saturday afternoon but who were the best three and worst performers on the day?
Bernard Parker once again started in the number nine role by himself, although he did not look comfortable and went missing for large parts of the 90 minutes.
We raised our game in the second half and started to creat chances, with Siphiwe Tshabalala proving to be our biggest threat in the attack.
Despite dropping two points, our boys are still sitting pretty at the top of the table.
The Three Who Impressed:
Eric Mathoho - Tower put in a solid showing against the Buccaneers and frustrated Lehlohonolo Majoro for large parts of the game.
Siphiwe Tshabalala - Proved to be our best source of attack, as he was given the free role, a place where he always impresses.
Siphilele Mthembu - Despite only playing the final 30 minutes, our game changed when Mthembu was introduced and he linked up well with Bernard Parker.
The Three Who Disappointed:
George Lebese - Only showed patches of what he can do and hardly had any joy against Happy Jele.
Mandla Masango - Much like Lebese, hardly got anything going down the flanks and was frustrated against Thabo Matlaba.
Reneilwe Letsholonyane - Yeye did not have a bad game, he didn't put a foot wrong, although his influence on the game was lacking.