Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 0-0 draw with Mamelodi Sundowns.
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Daniel Cardoso: 7/10
Cardoso was instrumental in Amakhosi keeping a clean-sheet against a dangerous Masandawana attack. His intensity and application was sublime.
Bangaly Soumahoro: 7/10
The towering defender had a stellar game. He intercepted the passes quickly and showed that he also has the pace to compliment his hard-tackling ability.
Itumeleng Khune: 7/10
Khune showed again his class with crucial saves to deny Masandawana to get on the scoresheet.
Oupa Manyisa: 7/10
Manyisa was impressive in the middle of the park. He showed a great deal of stamina and defensive discipline to keep the shape of the team with and without the ball.
Percy Tau: 6.5/10
Tau showed glimpses of brilliance. He was unlucky to hit the upright late in the match where he could have sealed it for the Brazilians.
Willard Katsande: 7/10
Willard Katsande was the fighter in the engine of the Amakhosi line-up. He showed hunger and determination. He was unlucky not to have found the target with a header at the back post late in the game.
Kgotso Moleko: 4/10
Moleko showed a lack of match fitness and his delivery of crosses on his overlaps were very poor.
Philani Zulu: 5/10
Zulu was always lacking behind in the intensity of the match. His crossing was also not on par on the day.
Dumisani Zuma: 5/10
Zuma could not get behind the Masandawana defence. He was always unsure of what to do when he got the ball.
Ryan Moon: 5/10
Moon had a quiet match as he was starved off service for an hour or so he spent on the pitch.