Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 loss to Chippa United.
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James Okwuosa: 8/10
The Nigerian international was immense at the back. He thwarted the Amakhosi attack throughout the match and was deservedly named Man of the Match.
Daniel Akpeyi: 8/10
The Nigerian goalkeeper played a starring role at the back with his imposing figure in the goals. He made crucial saves to keep a clean-sheet on the night.
Abel Mabaso: 8/10
The former Mamelodi Sundowns defender is enjoying himself in a midfield under Teboho Moloi and scored a crucial goal to sink Amakhosi. He also managed to hold his own against Katsande.
Mark Mayambela: 7/10
Mayambela has been out for six weeks before this match but that did not show on the pitch. His pace and trickery created the goal for Mabaso, and he was a threat throughout.
Kurt Lentjies: 7/10
The former Maritzburg United dynamic midfielder was on song in this match for the Chilli Boys. He dictated play, particularly in the first half for Chippa.
Itumeleng Khune: 6.5/10
Khune kept the score respectable for Amakhosi with crucial saves while Steve Komphela's charges were on the ropes, especially in the first half.
Hendrick Ekstein: 4/10
Ekstein could not find space to play and was hiding whenever Chiefs went forward. He also missed a good chance in the first half.
Philani Zulu: 4:/10
Zulu's left channel was constantly targeted by Chippa and the goal was created from his side while he was out of position.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 5/10
Shabba could not get going in this match. He lacked the creative spark he normally provides.
Joseph Molangoane: 5/10
Molangoane was busy throughout the match but wasted countless chances in front of goals.