Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Orlando Pirates' 1-0 win over Cape Town City.
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Wayne Sandilands: 7.5/10
The Former Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper kept the Buccaneers in the game with crucial saves throughout the night. He also scooped up the Man of the Match award.
Thabo Qalinge: 7/10
Qalinge brought a lot of energy into Pirates' play. His efforts were rewarded with a goal.
Ayanda Patosi: 6.5/10
Citizens playmaker was lively throughout the match. He threatened a lot on set-plays. Although he did squander a chance in the first half.
Thabo Matlaba: 6.5/10
The Buccaneers skipper has settled well in an unfamiliar midfield role. His energy and drive stretched Pirates to play out of their defensive blocks.
Thabo Nodada: 6.5/10
Citizens midfielder kept things tight in midfield. He was not intimidated by Pirates midfielders Musa Nyatama and Thabo Matlaba, who are both experienced campaigners.
Thembinkosi Lorch: 6.5/10
The Buccaneers winger brought a lot of variety into the side and turned the City defence with relative ease.
Bernard Morrison: 4/10
The Buccaneers striker struggled against Robyn Johannes and Tariq Fielies for most of the match.
Musa Nyatama: 4/10
Nyatama missed a glorious opportunity to give Bucs the lead in the first half at close range and he was a bit careless in possession at times.
Mpho Makola: 5/10
Makola was quiet throughout the match and had no effect on the game going forward.
Lyle Lakay: 5/10
akay didn't have a bad game, but his influence was minimal compared to Patosi's.