Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-0 win over Bloemfontein Celtic.
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George Maluleka: 8/10
Maluleka put in a fine display on the night. He opened the scoring with a clinical finish and was a real threat in the final third. He was also named Man of the Match.
Tsepo Masilela: 6.5/10
Masilela was impressive at left-full back against Celtic. He did well to nullify Lyle Lakay and he added numbers going forward.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 6.5/10
Once again kept things ticking for Chiefs in the midfield and was involved in a number Chiefs' attacks.
Deon Hotto: 6.5/10
Hotto was Celtic's biggest threat in the encounter down the left flank and whipped in a couple fine crosses which weren't converted.
Joseph Molangoane: 7/10
Moloangane continues to impress on the right flank for Chiefs. He laid on the assist for Maluleka's goal with a fine pass, while he also managed to track back to help out defensively.
Willard Katsande: 7/10
The Zimbabwean was rock solid in the middle of the park and did well to disturb the Celtic attack on a few occasions.
Tshegofatso Mabaso: 4/10
The Celtic striker hardly posed a threat to the Chiefs defence and was replaced shortly after the break.
Lantshane Phalane: 4/10
Did not make his presence felt in the middle of the park and was outmuscled by Katsande.
Lyle Lakay: 4/10
Not the best of games by his standards, as he hardly featured in the final third for Celtic.
Sibusiso Mxoyana: 4/10
Struggled to deal with the threat of Joseph Molangoane and was caught of position when Maluleka opened the scoring in the first half.