Soccer Laduma selects the six best and for worst performing players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-1 loss to SuperSport United.
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Teboho Mokoena : 7/10
He setup Grobler for the second goal with a sublime through ball and managed to hold his own against the Chiefs midfield. He also scooped up the Man of the Match award.
Aubrey Modiba: 7/10
Matsatsantsa left winger had an impressive game down the left flank. He squandered a good chance early on, but redeem himself with a good headed goal to open the scoring for SuperSport.
Bradley Grobler: 7/10
Grobler impressed as the lone striker. He made a nuisance of himself which saw Eric Mathoho sent off. He also scored what proved to be the winning goal.
Gustavo Paez : 7/10
The Amakhosi striker troubled the Matsatsantsa defence with his clever movement off the ball throughout and was also rewarded with a goal in the second half.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 6.5/10
Despite being down to 10 men, Chiefs enjoyed a lot of the possesion and Tshabablala made good use of that. He also got the assist for Paez's goal in the second half.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6/10
Mphahlele has proven to be a real asset to the Chiefs attack. He once again proved his worth on both ends of the pitch, and he played a part in Paez's goal.
Dove Wome: 5/10
He didn't have a bad game. He grabbed the assist for the opening goal, but was far too quiet for the rest of the first half.
Lorenzo Gordinho : 4/10
Gordinho only spent 20 minutes on the pitch, but it was 20 minutes to forget. It was his error that led tp Eric Mathoho bringing down Grobler, resulting in a red. While he was also unable to deny Modiba the opening goal.
George Maluleka: 4/10
Maluleka returned to the starting line-up for Chiefs, but he was not at his usual best in the attacking third.
Bernard Parker: 4/10
Parker endured a frustrating evening and could not link up with Paez, despite Chiefs seeing most of the possession.