Best & Worst: Pirates v Arrows
Soccer Laduma picks the six best and four worst performers, following Orlando Pirates' 3-1 win over Golden Arrows.
Tendai Ndoro: 9/10
The striker had a relatively quiet first half, but dazzled Orlando Stadium with clinical finishing after the break which saw him net three goals in 27 minutes.
Thabo Rakhale: 7.5/10
The playmaker took a while to find his rhythm but looked sharp after the interval and put Ndoro's first goal on a silver platter in the 49th minute.
Oupa Manyisa: 7/10
After a long-term injury, the Bucs skipper came back into the fray with determination and a level head which gave the hosts confidence in midfield.
Kudakwashe Mahachi: 7/10
The Arrows forward gave the Bucs many problems especially in the first half, as he ran at them with pace and power.
Thabo Qalinge: 7/10
Qalinge replaced Morrison at half-time and showed some excellent touches in attack, alongside fellow substitute Thabiso Kutumela.
Nduduzo Sibiya: 7/10
Sibiya made his presence felt on a number of occasions and produced Arrows' only goal of the game.
Felipe Ovono: 5/10
The Pirates goalkeeper didn't inspire confidence and made a poor mistake which gifted Arrows with their solitary goal.
Lehlohonolo Nonyane: 6/10
The defender found it difficult to deal with Pirates after they increased the pace of the game in the second half.
Limbikani Mzava: 6/10
Mzava was found wanting on occasion as the Bucs began overrunning the Arrows defence.
Danny Phiri: 6/10
Phiri didn't make a meaningful impact on the game and may have done better to hold on to possession.