Best & Worst: Chippa v Pirates
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Orlando Pirates' 1-0 win over Chippa United on Wednesday evening.
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Vincent Pule: 6.5/10
Another impressive display from the former Bidvest Wits man, showing extreme quality on the left side in through the attacking third.
Kurt Lentjies: 7/10
The Capetonian was a menace in the playmaker role. His forward-thinking penchant and skills on the ball forced Bucs defence into panic mode at times.
Musa Nyatama: 6/10
Displayed his prowess in the middle of the park to great effect. Alongside Xola Mlambo, was first to every ball and perfected every challenge.
Siyabonga Mpontshane: 6.5/10
Made a few stunning blocks to prevent the home side from pulling level, and came to the club’s rescue in its continued goalkeeping crisis.
Xolani Mlambo: 7/10
Another assured display for the Buccaneers midfielder, as the visitors took control from the onset. He was also named Man of the Match.
Innocent Maela: 5/10
Absent throughout the match, never displayed his offensive quality as usual and struggled to keep Rakhale in check from time to time.
Gerald Modisane: 4/10
After the own-goal, never looked settled throughout the match. Was extremely jittery whenever he got on the ball.
Justin Shonga: 5/10
Missed a few opportunities to increase their lead, and like a few of his teammates struggled to get a grip on the clash.
Daine Klate: 5/10
Rushed every shot, although at times looked Chippa’s best player. Failure to finish off a few clear chances unsettled him greatly.