Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 win over Cape Town City.
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Ryan Moon: 7.5/10
Moon could have got a hat-trick with the chances he had on the night. However, he did net the winning goal and was a threat throughout the clash.
Joseph Molangoane: 7/10
Molangoane was a real nuisance for the City defence down the right flank. His combination with Mphahlele was a real source of attack for Chiefs.
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 7/10
Mphahlele gave another impressive display on both ends of the pitch. He is also striking up a good understanding with Molangoane.
Itumeleng Khune: 7.5/10
Khune made crucial saves to keep Chiefs in the game. His organisation at the back was also vital in the victory.
Daniel Cardoso: 7/10
Cardoso was rock solid at the back for the AmaKhosi, and did well to silence Matthew Rusike on the night.
Willard Katsande: 7/10
The Zimbabwea midfielder made timely tackles throughout the match and made his presence known from the onset.
Craig Martin: 4/10
Martin barely threatened in the opening 45 minutes and was substituted at the start of the second half.
Matthew Rusike: 4/10
The former Kaizer Chiefs forward scored on debut for City almost two weeks ago, but had a very quiet night against the Chiefs defence.
Kwanda Mngonyama: 4/10
The former Mamelodi Sundowns defender could not deal with the pace of Molangoane upfront and made costly mistakes at the back.
Taariq Fielies: 4/10
Fielies and Mngonyama as a defensive central pairing were shaky on the night which was evident in Ryan Moon's goal.