Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 win over Baroka FC in the Nedbank Cup.
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Hendrick Ekstein: 8/10
Ekstein got Amakhosi going forward with pace and was quick on the ball and came close to scoring on a few occasions, eventually scooping the Man of the Match award.
Erick Mathoho: 7/10
Mathoho was rock solid at the back and he used his aerial advantage effectively for the crucial goal to break the deadlock.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 7/10
Shabba was always a threat going forward for Chiefs on the night. He delivered the crucial assist for Mathoho's goal.
Talent Chawapiwa: 7/10
Chawapiwa was a handful for Chiefs on the right wing. He sent some inviting crosses into the area and he showed a lot of skill on the ball.
Gift Motupa: 7/10
Motupa was somehow given a lot of space to launch attacks for Baroka and he was unlucky not to have scored when he tried to chip Itumeleng Khune from around 40-yards out.
Leonardo Castro: 7/10
Castro was a good point of reference for Chiefs in attack but could not get enough openings to test Baroka goalkeeper Ayanda Dlamini.
Matome Kgoetyane: 4/10
Kgoetyane was shaky at the back throughout the night. His clearances were not convincing.
Robin Ngalande: 4/10
Ngalande was surprisingly quiet up front and hardly had a touch inside the Chiefs box.
Letladi Madubanya: 4/10
Madubanya may have the experience but he was not at his best in the Baroka midfield.
Mduduzi Mdantsane: 5/10
Mdantsane did not come to the party. He usually makes the team tick but in this match, he was too deep and ineffective as a result.