Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 3-0 win over Golden Arrows.
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Itumeleng Khune: 8/10
Khune pulled off some crucial saves especially in the first half and was key to keeping Chiefs in the game before they sealed the win late in the second stanza.
Joseph Molangoane: 7/10
Molangoane played further up the field and caused a few problems on the right side. He was rewarded with a goal late on in the match.
Ryan Moon: 7,5/10
Moon keeps on getting the crucial goals for Chiefs since coming back from injury. He reacted well to open the scoring with a clinical finish played a role in the third goal.
Leonardo Castro: 6.5/10
Castro was lively throughout the match, most notably in the first half. The only thing missing from his performance was a goal.
Willard Katsande: 7/10
The Zimbabwean midfielder was at his usual best. He created the breakthrough goal for Amakhosi with a thunderous strike across the face of goal and made his presence felt in the middle of the park.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6.5/10
Mphahlele had a good match as one of the three central defenders on his return to action, and will give Steve Komphela a selection headache.
Siboniso Conco: 4/10
Conco was making his debut for the first side, although he did not threaten the Chiefs defenders on the day.
Sandile Zuke: 4/10
Failed to get the better of Katsande in the midfield, which allowed Chiefs to dominate.
Jabulani Shongwe: 5/10
Shongwe was another Arrows midfielder that failed to make an impression on the day.
Wiseman Meyiwa: 5/10
Meyiwa didn't have a bad game, but he did make a couple rash challenges while he was a little sloppy in possession.