Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 1-0 against Free State Stars on Sunday afternoon.
Tired of reading? Click through the gallery to see who were the best and worst performers.
Lucky Mohomi: 7/10
Brought stability to the Sundowns midfield and hardly lost the ball.
Hlompho Kekana: 8/10
Hardly set a foot wrong and proved integral in both attack and defence. Had two efforts come off the crossbar.
Danny Venter: 7/10
Some silky skills displayed from the Free State Stars veteran winger, who often got the beating of the Sundowns defence.
Khama Billiat: 7/10
The Zimbabwean caused the Stars defence all sorts of troubled with his off-the-ball movement and trickery.
Motjeka Madisha: 8/10
The defender looked equal to almost every task thrown at him by the Stars attack and did well to thwart the danger of Dlamini. Showed great composure for a well-taken goal.
Percy Tau: 7/10
The forward continued to grow from strength-to-strength in each game and despite having not gotten onto the scoresheet - he created several chances for his teammates.
Tebogo Langerman: 5/10
Not the greatest game by his standards. A quiet game in attack, but still supplied a quality ball into the area for Laffor.
Goodman Dlamini: 5/10
Looked lively in the opening exchanges of the first-half, but faded away as the game gradually went on.
Themba Zwane: 5/10
Had a quiet game by his standards and didn't add much in attacking areas as he usually does.
Mohammed Anas: 4/10
Much like Dlamini, Anas looked impressive in the early stages but fell off the radar as the game went on.