Soccer Laduma rates the individual performances of the Bafana Bafana players, following their 2-0 loss to Angola.
Wayne Sandilands: 6
Made a couple of good saves to keep Bafana in the game, while he was helpless for both of Angola's second-half goals.
Wandisile Letlabika: 6
Proved to be a constant threat going forward, although his crossing was not up to par. While, he was solid on the defensive end.
Siyanda Zwane: 6
Deployed in the heart of the defence and his positioning was not impressive, although he popped up with wonderful goal-line clearance at the start of the second half.
Thabo September: 6
Put in a solid shift defensively on his Bafana debut, but along with Zwane, their positioning was poor, most notably with the second goal.
Levy Mokgothu: 6
The Kaizer Chiefs full-back was solid on both ends of the pitch, although he was let down by his crossing, which failed to find the club teammate, Bongani Ndulula.
Mlungisi Mbunjana: 6
Did well to help Bafana keep possession in the first and second half, however his end product was not up to par. While, he had no problems on the defensive end.
Thabo Qalinge: 6
Not the liveliest of performances from the Orlando Pirates winger, he was given no time on the ball and easily muscled out of challenges. He was replaced at halftime.
Michael Morton: 6
Morton was Bafana's engine room throughout the 90 minutes, put in a few crunching tackles, although he should have scored in the second half from 12-yards out.
Luvuyo Memela: 6
Had a quiet first half, but came to life in the second 45 minutes, with a few surging runs down the right flank, although his final ball was poor.
Roggert Nyundu: 6
Hardly offered anything final third for Bafana and was replaced shortly after the halftime break.
Bongani Ndulula: 6
Proved to be a quiet evening for the Kaizer Chiefs striker, who was left isolated and had no services to work with.
Lyle Lakay: 6.5
Brought on at the start of the second half and troubled the opposition with his dribbling, while he wasn't shy in terms of shooting, as he went close on two occasions.
Percy Tau: 6.5
Replaced Nyundu shortly after the break and much like Lakay, Tau started to create chances in the final third and he was a constant threat.
Bradley Grobler: 6
Replaced Ndulula midway through the second half, however he only had one snapshot in the closing stages.