Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 0-0 draw with AmaZulu on Saturday evening.
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Energy Murambadoro: 7/10
The Usuthu shot-stopper commanded his box throughout the clash and pulled off a couple impressive saves.
Mabhuti Khenyeza: 6.5/10
Looked lively in the early stages and linked up well with the other Usuthu attackers.
Siyethemba Mnguni: 7/10
Mnguni was a real livewire for AmaZulu on the night. He provided great energy in midfield and was unlucky not to score in the first half.
Daniel Cardoso: 6/10
The Chiefs defender continues to put in solid displays in the heart of the defence. He justified his call-up up to the national side.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6/10
Mphahlele provided a real attacking threat down the right flank and was solid defensively.
Sadat Ouro-Akoriko: 7/10
After a shaky display in the Nedbank Cup, Ouro-Akiroa put in a solid showing to largely frustrate the Chiefs attackers.
Wiseman Meyiwa: 4/10
Played alongside Katsande but failed to offer anything in the attack.
Bernard Parker: 4/10
Parker started ahead of Ryan Moon once again but he had an in-effective night and could not link up with Castro.
Joseph Molangoane: 5/10
Showed glimpses of his attacking intent early on but faded as the half continued and could not contribute in the final third.
Philani Zulu: 5/10
Zulu didn't have a bad game, but he was not adventurous going forward as Mphahlele and was subbed midway through the second half.