Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Orlando Pirates' 0-0 draw with Highlands Park on Saturday evening.
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Siyabonga Nhlapo: 7/10
The full-back put in an impressive showing down the right flank. He put in a few teasing crosses and was solid defensively.
Franklin Cale: 6.5/10
The winger threatened for most of the encounter. He hit the crossbar in the first half with a fine free-kick and was unlucky not to have scored in the second half.
Thembinkosi Lorch: 6.5/10
Had an average first half, but sprung into life in the second stanza and provided a real threat down the right flank before he was injured.
Surprise Moriri: 6.5/10
The veteran worked tirelessly in the midfield and linked up well with the wingers and forwards.
Eddie Ngalo: 7/10
The central defender put in a solid showing throughout the 90 minutes and did well to stop Ndoro.
Oupa Manyisa: 6.5/10
Manyisa looks to be over his long-term injury, as he kept things ticking for Pirates in the middle of the park and was involved in a number of Pirates attacks.
Tendai Ndoro: 4/10
The Zimbabwean striker was anonymous for most of the match and provided no real threat.
Mpho Makola: 4/10
Didn't have a bad game, but he struggled in the final third.
Peter Shalulile: 4/10
Squandered a big chance in the first half, but was largely quiet throughout the clash.
Lindokuhle Mbatha: 4/10
Mbatha found himself in a couple good positions but was let down by his decision-making.