Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 3-2 loss to Cape Town City.
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Lebogang Manyama: 6.5/10
The City skipper was a threat from the onset and linked up well with his fellow attackers. He also got on the score-sheet with a fine individual effort.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 7/10
Tshabalala's was Chiefs' best player on the night. He was involved in everything going forward. He got on the score-sheet with a great effort and played a key role in their equaliser.
Joseph Molangoane: 6.5/10
Started off slowly, but grew into the game and was a real threat. He also pulled Chiefs level in the second half.
Aubrey Ngoma: 6.5/10
Ngoma was a real threat in the opening 45 minutes and handed City the lead with a superb solo effort. It was also his cross that led to Moseamedi' goal.
Gustavo Paez: 6/10
Introduced shortly after the break, and his impact was immediate as he threatened on numerous occasions and got the assist for Joseph Molangoane's equaliser.
Lehlohonolo Majoro: 6/10
Despite missing a couple chances, the former Chiefs man did well to carve out chances for his teammates and worked hard off the ball.
Bernard Parker: 4/10
Not the best of games by his standards. He hardly any influence in the final third and was replaced shortly after the break.
Edmore Chirambadare: 4/10
The Zimbabwean had a very quiet opening 45 minutes and was eventually replaced at the start of the second half.
Bhongolwethu Jayiya: 4/10
Did well to track back, but he didn't really offer much going forward.
Eric Mathoho: 4/10
Not the best of performances by his standards. He, along with Cardoso, was at fault for the first goal. While, whole defence looked in shaky on the night.