Kaizer Chiefs opened a 10-point gap over Mamelodi Sundowns with a 1-0 win over AmaZulu, but who were the best and worst performers on the night?
Bernard Parker struck in the 18th minute seal the much needed win at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, although Chiefs never looked like conceding a goal, despite the late antics of Itumeleng Khune, who was two yellow cards in the space of a minute for time-wasting and dissent respectively.
Nonetheless, we got the three points and Brilliant Khuzwayo is more than couple to deputise for Khune.
The Three Who Impressed:
Bernard Parker - Was back among the goals for Chiefs, with a fine low effort in the 18th minute and worked tirelessly on the flanks. His versatility continues to pay off.
George Lebese - Proved to be one of Chiefs' liveliest players on the park, got a lot of joy down the left flank and nearly got on the score-sheet in the first half, with a thunderous volley that crashed onto the woodwork.
Willard Katsande - The Zimbabwean put in a solid showing in the heart of the midfield, protecting the back four and his midfield battle. His consistency will be key in the final few games.
The Three Who Disappointed:
Katlego Mphela - It was a frustrating evening for 'Killer' and it still looks as if he's not 100 percent, looked very slow on the ball.
Eric Mathoho - Not the most convincing performance from Tower, who looked a little nervous when on the ball.
Itumeleng Khune - He didn't have a bad game but his antics is not what you expect from a senior player in the team and could have cost Chiefs dearly.
Who were your best and worst performers on the night?