Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' exit in the MTN8 at the hands of Cape Town City.
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Peter Leeuwenburgh – 7/10
Kept the Citizens in the game for large parts despite conceding early in the first half. Guided his defence very well throughout and was a stern during the shoot-out too.
Craig Martin- 7/10
The winger was troublesome at times with his pace out on the wide areas, and one of his runs nearly paid off with a goal early in the first half.
Toni Silva – 7.5/10
Silva was menacing up-front, just as he was in the first leg. He scored the only goal of the game and was a constant threat throughout.
Jose Ali Meza – 7/10
Like Silva, tormented the defence and dominated the wide areas especially the left side using his strength, awareness and skill to great effect. He set up Silva's goal.
Teko Modise – 7/10
The veteran raised his hand as one of City’s standout performers from the word go, with Hlompho Kekana and Tiyani Mabunda having little influence.
Wayne Arendse – 7/10
Solid. That’s the performance of the defender who made light work at times of the attacking threats posed forward by the Citizens.
Mosa Lebusa – 5/10
All over the place. Never got settled and was susceptible to conceding way too many fouls in and around the dangerous areas.
Thamsanqa Mkhize – 4/10
The full-back was a virtual absentee. Never really provided the offensive plus to Benni McCarthy as usually the case and struggled to contain Meza.
Kwanda Mngonyama – 5/10
Ball-watching most of the time, unsettled and wasn’t in control of situations as usual as Silva entirely dominated his defensive area.
Themba Zwane – 5/10
Didn’t come to the party from an attacking point of view as he never combined effectively well with Meza and Silva.