Best & Worst: Polokwane v Chiefs
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 loss to Polokwane City.
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Thapelo Tshilo: 7/10
The hard-tackling Rise and Shine defender was a mainstay in defence and capped off his solid display with the winning goal.
Rodney Ramagalela: 7/10
Ramagalela did not have a lot joy in the final third, but it was his work-rate down the flank that caught the eye, as he nullified the threat of Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
Sammy Seabi: 7/10
The midfielder put in a solid showing in the middle of the park and did not allow the Chiefs midfield to have their way.
Thabiso Semenya: 6.5/10
Another Polokwane defender who impressed on the night. Semenya did well against the ever-threatening Lebese throughout match.
Lorenzo Gordinho: 6/10
The Amakhosi centre-back played well after being out of the team for the past few matches and added a bit more composure to the backline.
Itumeleng Khune: 6/10
Despite ending up on the losing side, Khune pulled off some crucial saves to keep his side in the encounter.
Keagan Buchanan: 4/10
The Amakhosi midfielder was given a rare start, but hardly impacted the game going forward.
Hendrick Ekstein: 4/10
Ekstein had a couple good touches and had a chance to score in the second half, but his decision-making in the final third let him down.
Bernard Parker : 4/10
The Amakhosi striker did not have the best of games by his standards, as he found it tough against the Polokwane defenders.
George Lebese: 4/10
Restored to the line up by Steve Komphela, but he hardly offered anything going forward in the final third.