Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 3-0 win over Platinum Stars.
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Khama Billiat: 7,5/10
The Zimbabwean forward showed that form is temporary but class is permanent with two well executed free-kick goals from almost the same spot into the same corner.
Sibusiso Vilakazi: 7/10
Vilakazi scored a sublime goal to open the scoring. He looked sharp and was always involved in the game.
Percy Tau: 6.5/10
Tau was a constant threat to Dikwena defence. He was unlucky not to end up on the score-sheet.
Oupa Manyisa: 7/10
Manyisa dictated the tempo of the match well in the absence of inspirational captain Hlompho Kekana. He was a live-wire in their victory.
Tiyani Mabunda: 7/10
Mabunda was complimented by "Ace" very well in the middle of the park and hardly put any foot wrong playing at a high intensity.
Motjeka Madisha: 7/10
The young centre-back was solid at the back and he kept his composure to build from the back despite pressure from the Stars defence.
Sibongakonke Mbatha: 4/10
The young winger struggled to get in the game and was substituted just before the halftime break for Robert Ng'ambi.
Manti Mekoa: 4/10
Mekoa could not keep up with the pace of the game in the middle of the park and was overrun by the likes of Manyisa and Mabunda.
Vuyo Mere: 4/10
The Dikwena skipper did not have the best of the games, as most of Sundowns' attacks came through his side.
Sibusiso Msomi: 4/10
Msomi did not offer anything going forward and he could not get into a rhythm of the match.