Best & Worst: Sundowns v SuperSport
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 5-0 win against SuperSport United.
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Percy Tau: 7/10
The forward could have had a hat-trick in the opening ten minutes but cannot be faulted for the lack of trying and played a part in Sundowns' first goal.
Khama Billiat: 9/10
A masterful display from the Zimbabwean - he single handedly destroyed the SuperSport defence having set up three first half goals before getting on the score-sheet with a brace.
Hlompho Kekana: 8/10
The midfielder brought stability to the Sundowns dominance and ensured that SuperSport didn't pose any attacking threats.
Reyaad Pieterse: 6/10
Despite conceding five goals, the goalkeeper made a number of fine saves particularly from Percy Tau, to save his team from further humiliation.
Aubrey Modiba: 6/10
Was introduced in the second-half and looked the most lively SuperSport United player, causing the Sundowns defence a few scares.
Mzikayise Mashaba: 7/10
Put in solid shift in place of regular Tebogo Langerman and took his goal well.
Lucky Mohomi: 8/10
Deputised well in the place of injured Tiyani Mabunda and allowed Kekana the freedom to road in more attacking areas. Hardly gave the ball away.
Dean Furman: 4/10
Failed to muster up to national team compatriot Hlompho Kekana in the midfield. Also lacked his normal leadership
Mandla Masango: 4/10
Failed to deliver when it mattered most, was largely anonymous in attacking areas and was hauled off half-time.
Clayton Daniels: 4/10
The centre-back was largely at fault for a number of the goals with his static movement against the pace of the likes of Billiat, Tau and Zwane.
Onismor Bhasera: 5/10
Worked tirelessly, but struggled against a confident and dominant Sundowns side. Was given a torrid time by Billiat, Tau and Zwane.