Soccer Laduma selects the best six and four worst performers from Bidvest Wits' 0-0 draw with Cape Town City.
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Thabang Monare: 6/10
Monare played a key role in helping Wits retain possession for most of the game and he was also solid defensively.
Xola Mlambo: 6/10
Returned to action after serving a suspension and he pulled the strings in the middle of the park.
Gabadinho Mhango: 6.5/10
Much like the first leg, Mhango was the best player on the field and he was unlucky not to score with a volley in the second half.
Renars Rode: 6.5/10
The Latvian defender put in a solid display in the heart of the City defence and made a couple of key interceptions.
Tshepo Gumede: 6/10
After his disastrous display in the first leg, Gumede redeemed himself with a composed and solid display in the second leg.
Matt Sim: 6/10
The Australian midfielder did not have the best of games going forward, but he worked tirelessly in the middle of the park
Lebogang Manyama: 4/10
The City skipper had a quiet evening in the midfield and offered nothing going forward.
Judas Moseamedi: 4/10
Deployed as City's striker, Moseamedi had no effect on the game and posed no threat to the Wits defence.
Eleazar Rodgers: 4/10
The striker squandered a glorious chance in the first half to break the deadlock, and he struggled against Rode and Gumede.
Lehlohonolo Majoro: 4/10
The former Orlando Pirates striker struggled to impose himself on the game and struggled against the solid Wits defenders.