Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Orlando Pirates' 2-0 win over Platinum Stars.
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Thembinkosi Lorch: 7/10
Lorch got his first goal of the season with a fine strike into the bottom corner.. He was impressive on the wings and his shooting accuracy seems to be improving.
Justin Shonga: 7/10
The Zambian opened his account for Pirates with his header and created havoc for Stars' defence throughout the match.
Jackson Mabokgwane: 7/10
Mabokgwane made his first of few crucial save at the beginning of the match and is starting to prove vital in goals for the Buccaneers.
Musa Nyatama: 7/10
Nyatama put on another impressive shift in a Pirates shirt. His work ethic in the middle of the park made sure that Pirates don't lose their rhythm throughout the match.
Mpho Makola: 7/10
Makola was played a little deeper than usual in midfield, but he showed his maturity with a disciplined performance, giving the likes of Shonga service to shine upfront.
Innocent Maela: 7/10
Maela was instrumental on the left wing with his overlapping runs. He created the first goal for Shonga with an inch-perfect cross. He was also solid defensively.
Dino Visser: 4/10
Visser looked out of sorts for the first goal as Shonga nodded home at the far post. He did not command the 18-yard area.
Manti Mekoa: 4/10
Mekoa appeared lost playing against his former teammate Mpho Makola in midfield. He lacked the drive throughout.
Luvolwethu Mpeta: 4/10
Mpeta was overrun too often on the left wing and struggled to make any headway in the final third.
Zama Rambuwane: 4/10
Zama failed to make his presence know and could not link up with his strike partner, Bongi Ntuli.