Best & Worst: Chiefs v Stellenbosch
Best & Worst: Kaizer Chiefs v Stellenbosch
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-1 win over Stellenbosch in the Nedbank Cup.
Leonardo Castro: 7/10
Castro and Parker linked up on a few occasions throughout. The Colombian also scored what proved to be the winning goal with a powerful strike.
Eric Mathoho: 7/10
Mathoho put in a solid display on his return action. His breakthrough goal was crucial in settling the nerves for Chiefs.
Daniel Cardoso: 7/10
Alongside Mathoho, Cardoso put in another impressive showing. He brought a sense of composure to the Chiefs back three and won a few tackles as well.
Alan Robertson: 6.5/10
Despite ending up on the losing side, Robertson put in a solid showing in the heart of the Stellies defence. He also pulled a goal back for the visitors.
Joseph Molangoane: 7/10
Molangoane worked tirelessly down the right flank, providing a real threat going forward. He was also unlucky not score in the second half.
Washington Arubi: 6.5/10
Arubi may have conceded two goals but he kept the scoreline respectable for Stellies after pulling off some saves in both halves.
Iqraam Rayners: 4/10
Failed to make his presence felt up front and he also squandered a big chance in the first half.
Anzio Georgia: 4/10
Did not make his presence felt on the flank and was substituted after 35 minutes in the first half.
Zwelethu Ndlovu: 4/10
Ndlovu gave Molangoane too much room in the second stanza and struggled to cope with the Chiefs wingback.
Philani Zulu: 4/10
Zulu has been one of Chiefs' consistent performers, but he struggled in the attack on the night.