Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 win over Ajax Cape Town on Saturday evening.
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George Maluleka: 7/10
Maluleka put in a fine display in the middle of the park. He played the fetch-and-carry role almost to perfection.
Hendrick Ekstein: 7/10
Ekstein created the breakthrough goal scored by late substitute Dumisani Zuma and was impressive going forward throughout the match.
Wiseman Meyiwa: 7/10
Meyiwa was solid in the deep defensive midfield role in the absence of Willard Katsande.
Siyabonga Ngezana: 7/10
The youngster was the official Man of the Match. He was energetic and made crucial tackles.
Teenage Hadebe: 7/10
Hadebe has hardly put a foot wrong since being introduced in the team. He kept things tight at the back.
Thabo Mosadi: 7/10
Mosadi was unlucky not to get in the score-sheet. He was running hard upfront and made space for himself for wonderful opportunities but Itumeleng Khune showed his experience to deny him a couple of times.
Mosa Lebusa: 4/10
The Ajax full-back had a off day as he gave away possession on numerous occasions, while most of Chiefs' attacks came down his side.
Tashreeq Morris: 4/10
The striker was stifled out of the match because Ajax were playing too deep and thereafter he was left isolated. He basically lacked service upfront.
Bantu Mzwakali: 4/10
Mzwakali was not at his usual self. He was constantly out-run in midfield and lacked the drive and energy he normally possesses.
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 5/10
"Shabba" had an underwhelming game. He played second-fiddle to Ekstein and Maluleka's creativity going forward on th enight.