Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Mamelodi Sundowns' 0-0 draw with Chippa United.
Thamsanqa Sangweni: 7/10
The Chippa United skipper put in solid display in the middle of the park, he broke up Sundowns' attacks on numerous occasions with a number of crunching tackles.
Thembinkosi Lorch: 6.5/10
Lorch proved to be the Chilli Boys' biggest attacking threat. Whether on the left or right flank, Lorch made his presence known in the final third.
Hlompho Kekana: 6.5/10
Kekana endured an intense battle with Sangweni, and his presence in the midfield was key to keeping Chippa at bay in the opening half. Although he was lucky not receive a second yellow card in the second half.
Ricardo Nascimento: 6.5/10
The Brazilian defender seems to be settling in well and he put in another fine display in the Sundowns defence, as he kept the in-form Manzini quiet in the first half.
Bongani Kama: 7/10
Kama was one of Chippa's best players on the day. He was composed in possession and did well to frustrate the likes of Khama Billiat and Sibusiso Vilakazi.
Mbulelo Wambi: 7/10
Wambi was another workhorse in the Chippa midfield and along with Sangweni, he helped the Chilli Boys dominate for most of the second half.
Sibusiso Vilakazi: 4/10
The new Sundowns man is yet to make his mark at the club, as he had another lackluster performance and offered nothing going forward.
Percy Tau: 4/10
Despite a few sketchy offside calls going against him, the midfielder hardly threatened the Chippa defence and was replaced shortly after the halftime break.
Keagan Dolly: 4/10
The Bafana Bafana international was not his usual self on the day, as he failed trouble both full-backs and spent most of the game coming infield.
Daniel Akpeyi: 4/10
The Nigerian shot-stopper hardly had a save to make, but he was unconvincing under the high ball, having dropped a number of crosses.