Best & Worst: Sundowns v Stars
Best & Worst: Mamelodi Sundowns v Free State Stars
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 1-1 draw with Free State Stars.
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Percy Tau: 6.5/10
Tau netted a crucial goal for Masandawana but unfortunately it did not clinch all the three points. He showed his quality with a clinical finish, although he did waste a couple chances with long range efforts.
Tiyani Mabunda: 6.5/10
Mabunda was forceful in the middle of the park and struck up a good understanding with Manyisa. He was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet with a fierce strike in the second half.
Badra Ali Sangare: 7/10
Sangare made crucial saves, especially in the first half to deny Sundowns victory. He was duly awarded the Man of the Match award.
Paulus Masehe: 7/10
Masehe covered his defence very well. His uncompromising approach gave the Sundowns forward line little room to exploit especially in the second half.
Ricardo Nascimento: 7/10
Nascimento was solid and disciplined in defence. He was very composed, which gave Sundowns the platform to build from the back.
Rooi Mahamutsa: 7/10
The former Orlando Pirates defender played starring role in the Stars defence as he pulled off a number of crucial challenges on the night.
Sinethemba Jantjie: 4/10
Jantjie was not himself in the match as he failed to trouble the Sundowns defence.
Nhlanhla Vilakazi: 5/10
Vilakazi, normally a high performer, also did not turn up for this game. He was lethargic especially in the first half.
Thapelo Morena: 5/10
Morena was very quiet in the match, most notably going forward in the second half.
Khama Billiat: 5/10
The Zimbabwean showed some good link up play in the early stages, but he was not at his usual best.