Best & Worst: Baroka FC v Chiefs
Best & Worst: Baroka FC v Kaizer Chiefs
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-1 win over Baroka FC on Sunday afternoon.
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Willard Katsande: 7.5/10
The Zimbabwean midfield hard-man was running tirelessly and gave a good account in hot conditions. He was also named Man of the Match.
Talent Chawapiwa: 7/10
The Zimbabwean forward terrorised the Amakhosi defence whenever he entered the Chiefs. He also played vital role in the game's opening goal.
Philani Zulu: 6.5/10
The AmaKhosi full-back put in a solid showing at both ends of the pitch, most notably going forward.
Ryan Moon: 7/10
Moon has the instincts of a striker and is showing why he could be the answer to Amakhosi's goalscoring problems with his second goal in two consecutive matches.
Robin Ngalande: 7/10
The Malawian was unlucky not to get on the score-sheet only being denied by the brilliance of Itumeleng Khune. He was a nightmare to the Chiefs defence especially in the first half.
Eric Mathoho: 7/10
Mathoho put on a stellar display in the centre of defence. This was probably his best showing since the beginning of the season.
Mduduzi Mdantsane: 4/10
Mdantsane did not show his usual pace and trickery. He was kept quiet throughout the match.
Matome Kgoetyane: 4/10
Kgoetyane made errors at the back, his costly mistake handed Chiefs possession to score the winner through Leonardo Castro.
Gustavo Paez: 5/10
Paez lacked the killer-instinct upfront. He cut a frustrated figure and was not afforded any chances in the box.
Joseph Molangoane: 5/10
Molangoane almost cost Amakhosi the match or at least two points after receiving a needless red-card. His performance was subdued too.