The Best & Worst Of Chiefs Vs Rollers
A goal from Siyabonga Nkosi was enough to see Kaizer Chiefs advance to the next round of the CAF Champions League qualifiers, but who were the best and worst performers on the day?
It was quite simple for Amakhosi, avoid defeat and we'd be through to the next round, although that was easier said than done.
The goal eventually came midway through the first with a nice build-up move that included Matthew Rusike and Siphiwe Tshabalala that resulted in Nkosi rifling the ball home from 12-yards out.
The Three Who Impressed:
Siyabonga Nkosi - After a couple less than impressive showings in the league, Nkosi put in a fine showing as he deputised
for Reneilwe Letsholonyane and also popped up with the winning goal.
Siphiwe Tshabala - One of the midfielder's better performances in recent memory, looked lively in the final third and played a key role in the winning goal.
Willard Katsande - The game suited the Zimbabwean midfielder, played his defensive role well and put in a few good tackles.
The Three Who Disappointed:
Mandla Masango - Not the best of games for the winger, didn't have a go at his opposition winger and failed to get crosses into the box.
Bernard Parker - A quiet game for Parker but worked upfront and had a chance inside the opening minute but his finish was too tame.
Matthew Rusike - We've seen better from the Zimbabwean, although he set up Nkosi's goal but his decision-making could have been better.