Best & Worst: Cape Town City v Chiefs
Soccer Laduma pics the six best and four worst performers, following Cape Town City's 1-0 win over Kaizer Chiefs.
Shu-Aib Walters: 8/10
The goalkeeper kept out everything Chiefs could throw at him and walked away with the man-of-the-match award.
Matthew Sim: 7/10
The Australian distributed the ball well in midfield and showed composure to score the winner.
Vincent Kobola: 7/10
The defender was excellent for the hosts and gave City a solid look at the back.
Bongolethu Jayiya: 7/10
Jayiya's creativity was on display again. He caused Chiefs problems with his ability to see weakness in the opposition defence.
William Twala: 6.5/10
Twala showed a few good touches an threatened City's defence with his speed on occasion.
Aubrey Ngoma: 6.5/10
Ngoma came on to replace the injured Manyama and looked good going forward, creating a big chance for Putsche just past the hour mark.
Bernard Parker: 5/10
The forward was absent for Chiefs. He made no real impression on the game and was replaced at half-time.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6/10
Mphahlele didn't have one of his better games, and made one big error that almost cost Chiefs dearly.
Lucky Baloyi: 6/10
Baloyi failed to make an impact on the game. He needed to be more proactive with regards to getting stuck into the midfield battle.
Lehlohonolo Majoro: 6/10
The striker wasn't really a threat and looked a bit rusty in terms of spotting opportunities.