Best & Worst: All Stars v Sundowns
Best & Worst: Cape Town All Stars v Mamelodi Sundowns
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 1-0 win over Cape Town All Stars.
Percy Tau: 7.5/10
Tau did not play at the same intensity as he does in the Absa Premiership, but he showed his class to score a crucial goal to send Sundowns into the next round. He was also named Man of the Match.
Motjeka Madisha: 7/10
The young centre-back was impressive at the back as he made a few crucial tackles and communicated well with Wayne Arendse.
Siyabonga Zulu: 7/10
Zulu had a good match on his debut. His defensive display and overlapping runs were eye-catching.
Simphiwe Tshabalala: 7/10
Tshabalala was the heart-beat of Igugu Lekapa in middle of the park. He played a blinder especially in the first half.
Ntshuxeko Ndlovu: 7/10
Ndlovu should have bagged at least a brace in the match but his finishing let him down. However, he was a real live-wire whenever he was on the ball.
Msekeli Mvalo: 7/10
Mvalo was brilliant with his interception of passes in the centre of the defence. He was accurate and solid with his tackles. His leaderships qualities were evident.
Jeremy Brockie: 5/10
Brockie didn't threaten that much in either half. Although, he hardly any services to work with.
Themba Zwane: 4/10
Zwane did not have his best of games as he was dispossessed on a few occasions.
Aubrey Ngoma: 4/10
Ngoma showed flashes of what he can do, but he was not consistent enough to pose a real threat.
Ruzaigh Gamildien: 5/10
Gamaildien started off promising in the first half, but he got sloppy as the game went on.