Kaizer Chiefs' CAF Champions League journey came to an end after losing 3-0 on aggregate to Raja Casablanca, but who were the best and worst performers on the night?
Once again, Chiefs created the better of the chances, as they did in the first leg but the poor finishing came back to haunt us once again with George Lebse guilty of missing two big chances.
And we were made to pay late on, as Raja's Osaguona Ighodaro popped up with two goals in stoppage time to end our continental journey.
The Three Who Who Impressed:
George Lebese - Despite missing those two chances, Lebese was one of our most livliest players on the night.
Matthew Rusike - Continued to run tirelessly upfront and did well to create openings in the second half.
Tefu Mashamaite - Looked solid for large parts of the 90 minutes but he had his hands full with Ighodaro.
The Three Who Disappointed:
Reneilwe Letsholonyane - Not the usual performance we are used to seeing form Yeye, hardly created any openings and was careless in possession.
Bernard Parker - Not the best of showings from our number 10, who hardly contributed in attack and was a passenger for large parts of the game.
Siboniso Gaxa - Did not comfortable when moved to left-back in the second half and made the mistake that lead to Raja's first goal.
Who were your best and worst performers on the night?