Best & Worst: Arrows v Chiefs
Absa Premiership Best & Worst: Golden Arrows v Kaizer Chiefs, 24 April 2018
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 3-1 loss to Golden Arrows on Tuesday evening.
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Trevor Mathiane: 7/10
The Arrows captain was solid in his centre-back role. He led by example, defended stoically and organised both his defence and team well.
Velemseni Ndwandwe: 7/10
He worked tirelessly in his central-midfield role, where he pushed forward in attack and got back to help out in defence. He created a few scoring chances for his team-mates with good passing and also had a few shots on goal, scoring his side’s third.
Danny Venter: 7/10
He was lively in attack for Arrows and caused problems for Chiefs defence. He had a few shots and also created his side’s second goal with a precise square ball.
Lerato Lamola: 8/10
The striker was a constant threat in attack for the Chiefs defence. He used his speed and skill to get the better of his markers. He should his clinical prowess in front of goal and grabbed two goals on the night. He was given the ‘man of the match’ award for his efforts.
Joseph Molangoane: 7/10
The attacking midfielder was a shining light in the Chiefs team as he caused numerous problems for the Arrows defence down the flanks. He used his speed, skill and strength to get down the wings and provide dangerous balls into the box for his team-mates. He created Chiefs’ opening goal with a great through ball for Bernard Parker.
George Maluleka: 7/10
He controlled the midfield battle for the most part despite Chiefs being a man down for over 75 minutes. It was his creative play that was nice to watch, with his passing often seeing his teammates into space or with a chance in front of goal. He also worked hard to get back in defence.
Tsepo Masilela: 4/10
The Chiefs left-back was very poor on the night and often got beat by Arrows attackers as they pushed down the flank. He was often found out of position and was at fault for the concession of his side’s first goal. He was substituted early in the second half.
Leonardo Castro: 2/10
The Chiefs attacker struggled early on to find his rhythm and failed to keep pace with the game. A dangerous tackle from him in the 16th minute of the match saw him receive a red card, leaving his side to play with 10 men for the remainder of the match.
Sandile Zuke: 5/10
The right-sided midfielder was not very fruitful in his attacking midfield role, despite being up against a poor Masilela. His passing was sub-par and he gave away possession of the ball cheaply. He was substituted at half-time.
Siphelele Magubane: 5/10
The attacking midfielder struggled to keep possession of the ball and often gave it away with some misplaced passes. He also had a few decent scoring chances which he sent hopelessly wide of the target. He was substituted early in the second half.