Best & Worst: City v Sundowns
Best & Worst: Cape Town City v Mamelodi Sundowns
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 2-1 win over Cape Town City in the Nedbank Cup.
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Percy Tau: 7/10
Tau linked up with his fellow attackers on the day and was rewarded with a goal in the second half.
Khama Billiat: 7/10
Returned to the line up and was a threat from the onset as he bagged the assist for Tau's goal, while he also set up a number of other chances.
Wayne Arendse: 6.5/10
Arendse put in a solid showing in the heart of the City defence and did well to frustrate Patosi.
Ricardo Nascimento: 6.5/10
He could do nothing about the deflection for Ralani's goal, but he was impressive overall alongside Arendse.
Surprise Ralani: 7.5/10
Ralani was City's best attacking outlet on the pitch. He was a handful for Morena and he also managed to get on the score-sheet.
Roland Putsche: 6/10
City dominated for large parts of the game and Putsche was key that, although he did miss a big chance in the first half.
Gaston Sirino: 4/10
Not what we are used to seeing from the Bolivian, who was sloppy on the ball at times.
Ayanda Patosi: 4/10
Deployed upfront for City but he found it tough against Nascimento and Arendse.
Robyn Johannes: 4/10
The City skipper looked shaky at times and was often bailed out by Sage Stephens or Fielies.
Edmilson Dove: 4/10
A number of Sundowns' attacks came down Edmilson's flank, as the likes of Tau and Billiat had a lot of joy down the left.