Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performing players, following Orlando Pirates' 1-1 draw Baroka FC.
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Thabo Qalinge: 7/10
The right winger was buzzing for the Buccaneers. He looked when in possession of the ball and he scored a beautiful headed goal.
Mpho Makola : 6.5/10
Although Makola drifted in and out of the game, his touches and involvement in the game was crucial. He also picked out Qalinge for the game's opening goal.
Innocent Maela: 6.5/10
Maela looks to be making the left-back spot his own at the moment. He put in a solid showing defensively and added numbers going forward.
Siphelele Ntshangase: 6.5/10
Although he played 45 minutes, Ntshangase made a big impact for Baroka in the second half. He showed off his good passing range and was a real injection of energy into the midfield.
Hassan Banda: 6.5/10
The Tanzanian defender scored a crucial equalising goal for Baroka by rising well at the far post. He was also solid at the back.
Letladi Madubanya : 7/10
The Man of the Match worked tirelessly in midfield. He carried the lungs to fetch and carry brilliantly for Bakgaga throughout the match.
Punch Masenamela: 4/10
The Bakgaga left-back was sloppy especially in the first half, although he picked up towards the end of the match.
Mahashe Mzwanele : 4.5/10
The defender could not keep up with the pace of the game. He also lost his markers in the dangerous area often.
Gift Motupa : 4/10
Motupa could not impress against his parent club. He was out of sorts and was replaced at the start of the second half.
Musa Nyatama: 5/10
Nyatama was too pedestrian in the middle of the park. He did not combine well with Mobara and did not have a big impact going forward.