Best & Worst: Chiefs v Celtic
Best & Worst: Kaizer Chiefs v Bloemfontein Celtic
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 0-0 draw with Bloemfontein Celtic.
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Siyabonga Ngezana: 7/10
Ngezana is giving coach Steve Komphela a selection headache ahead of the Soweto derby. The young defender put in a solid showing in the three-man defence.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6.5/10
Mphahlele showed plenty of determination and drive to keep attacking down the right flank. He also hardly put a foot wrong defensively,
Patrick Tignyemb: 6.5/10
Tignyemb made some crucial saves to deny Amakhosi all three points on the night.
Lucky Baloyi: 7/10
Baloyi played with verve and determination against his former team and was deservedly named Man of the Match.
Daniel Cardoso: 7/10
Cardoso is showing consistency with his performances at the back. His reading of the game and interceptions were impressive. He was unlucky not to score the winner in the closing stages.
Leonardo Castro: 6,5/10
Castro is playing with much more confidence at Chiefs as he was a constant presence on the ball. The only thing missing from his game was a goal.
Jacky Motshegwa: 4/10
Made a couple good tackles in the middle of the park, but could not help Celtic take control of the midfield battle.
Ndumiso Mabena: 4/10
Mabena struggled to impact the game in the final third and often found himself tracking back.
George Maluleka: 4/10
Maluleka was not at his usual best on the night and struggled to create chances.
Philani Zulu: 5/10
Zulu offered Amakhosi no width going forward and looked restricted and frustrated on the left side.