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Sundowns Player Ratings v AS Togo-Port

Soccer Laduma rates the individual performances of the Mamelodi Sundowns players, following their 1-0 loss to AS Togo-Port in the CAF Champions League.

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RATINGS:

Denis Onyango: 6.5/10

Commanded his box well and made a vital save in the first half, but he was unable to do anything about Togo's opener.

Tebogo Langerman: 5/10

Struggled a bit at times, especially when Abdoul Sabourh  Bode was running at him. He was also disappointing going forward.

Wayne Arendse: 6.5/10

Arendse put in a solid showing in the heart of the defence alongside Nascimento.

Ricardo Nascimento: 6.5/10

It was Nascimento's unfortunate touch that gifted Togo their goal, but he was solid overall.

Anele Ngcongca: 6/10

Ngcongca was defensively sound at right full-back, although he did venture forward as much as would like to.

Hlompho Kekana: 5/10

The Sundowns skipper did not venture that much but he did make his presence felt alongside Jali, while he did create a chance for Manyisa before he was surprisingly hauled off at halftime.

Thapelo Morena: 6.5/10

Morena played in a more advance role but kept on working hard down the right flank and was a constant threat. He was one of Sundowns' better attacking players on the day.

Andile Jali: 6.5/10

Jali put in a workman-like showing on debut for Sundowns. He worked tiressly from box to box throughout the 90 minute.

Oupa Manyisa: 5/10

Didn't offer Sundowns much going forward and he squandered a golden chance in the first half.

Themba Zwane: 5/10

Zwane had an unusually quiet game for Sundowns as he was unable to link up with his fellow attackers.

Sibusiso Vilakazi: 6/10

'Vila' was quiet in the first half, but he saw more of the ball when Sekotlong was introduce. He also squandered a big chance to equalise in the second half

Subs:

Thokazani Sekotlong: 5/10

Was introduced at the start of the second and he immediately missed a glorious chance to score. He was quiet for the rest of the half.

Aubrey Ngoma: NA

Brought on for the final 13 minutes but failed to make any big impact.

Anthony Laffor: NA

Not on the field long enough to receive a rating.

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