Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-0 win over Free State Stars in the Absa Premiership on Tuesday.
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Khama Billiat 7/10
The main instigator once again for Chiefs, although wasn’t on the score-sheet, his assist in the opener came handy for the victory.
George Maluleka -7/10
Bossed the middle of the park and looks extremely rejuvenated after a lengthy spell on the sidelines in recent times.
Yusuf Jappie- 6.5/10
The left-winger was easily the best man out there for Stars, creating havoc for the Amakhosi, particularly in the opening minutes of the game.
Siyabonga Ngezana: 7/10
The partnership with Booysen looked leaky in the early stages, but Ngezana grew stronger as the game went on and did well thwart the likes of Moseamedi and Rodgers.
Mario Booysen- 7/10
On debut, Booysen showed severe prowess at the back and commanded the area after a shaky start.
Gustavo Paez – 7/10
After a few less than impressive showings earlier, the Venezuelan answered his critics in real fashion, with the opener while combining well with Billiat in the absence of the injured Leonardo Castro.
Patrick Phungwayo: 4/10
The former Orlando Pirates defender did not offer much going forward, and was often caught out of position.
Judas Moseamedi: 4/10
Made his presence felt at times, but he did squander a glorious to chance to score after some impressive supply.
Kgotso Moleko – 5/10
The full-back did well on a few occasions, but for large moments, drifted in and out of the game and also struggled against Jappie.
Godfrey Walusimbi – 5/10
The new signing has yet to settle at the Amakhosi, and although was not really tested, didn’t provide much defensively and offensively.