Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Kaizer Chiefs' 4-1 win over Cape Town City on Saturday afternoon.
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Khama Billiat: 8/10
Undoubtedly the best performer from two sides. His pace was a problem for the Citizens defence, as he netted two goals on the day.
Siphelele Ntshangase: 7/10
Ntshangase was a marvel to watch on the. His passing ability enabled Chiefs to attack with pace, although he did have a couple chances to score.
Siyabonga Ngezana: 7/10
Ngezana was impressive at the back for Chiefs, despite the lack of organisation for the City equaliser. He also opened the scoring for Chiefs.
Willard Katsande: 6.5/10
Katsande worked tirelessly in midfield against City impressive midfield. He protected the back four very well.
Dumisani Zuma: 7/10
Zuma combined well with the front line. His kept his position well and timed his runs almost to perfection and played a key role in Chiefs' attacks.
Bernard Parker: 6.5/10
Replaced the Injured Castro in the 35th minute and after a slow start, he came to life in the second half and laid on the assist for Billiat's opening goal.
Kwanda Mngonyama: 4/10
Mngonyama was shaky at the back. His bad clearance handed Chiefs the early opener.
Taariq Fielies: 5/10
Fielies was always clumsy in tackles, even after getting his first yellow card.
Teko Modise: 5/10
Modise lacked his usual sharpness and cutting edge, which certainly affected City's attacking game.
Ayanda Pastoi: 4/10
Patosi grabbed the assist for the Citizens' equaliser but other than that, he had no real impact on the game going forward.