Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' loss to Cape Town City in the Absa Premiership.
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Emiliano Tade: 7/10
The Argentine forward was drafted into the line-up and looked as if he'd been playing with Sundowns for a while as he combined with Zwane and Maboe to good effect throughout the encounter.
Mosa Lebusa: 6.5/10
Lebusa was a real stalwart in the Sundowns defence alongside, and was unlucky to end up on the losing side.
Thato Mokeke: 7/10
The midfielder certainly proved his worth in front of the City backline. He was the link between the defence and attack, while his composure brought some calmness to Benni McCarthy's side.
Ebrahim Seedat: 6.5/10
While the likes of Surprise Ralani and Riyaad Norodien struggled on the flanks, Seedat provided a good source off attack with his crosses down the left. He also held his own defensively.
Kermit Erasmus: 7/10
Erasmus looks to have found his feet with the Citizens. He may have played in a deeper role, but his influence was certainly there to see. He also scored for the third straight game.
Zukile Kewuti: 6.5/10
The youngster certainly held his own in the middle of the park against the likes of Hlompho Kekana and Tiyani Mabunda. His desire and perserverance saw him play a role in City's equaliser.
Siphelele Mthembu: 4/10
Returned to the starting line-up, but was unable to get the better of Rivaldo Coetzee or Lebusa. He also squandered a glorious chance in the first half.
Gaston Sirino: 5/10
While Lebohang Maboe and Emiliano Tade were lively, Sirino was certainly the quieter of Sundowns' attackers on the night.
Surprise Ralani: 4/10
Saw a lot of the ball in the early stages down the left flank, but he failed to make a big impact in the final third.
Riyaad Norodien: 4/10
Norodien was unable to get any joy on either flank and often let the team down with his final ball.