Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst performers, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 3-2 loss to Polokwane City.
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Jabulani Maluleke: 8/10
Maluleke was the provider of all the three Rise and Shine goals. He ran tirelessly in midfield and was the creative spark in the team especially in the second half.
Rodney Ramagalela: 7,5/10
Ramagalela timed his run to perfection to score the winning goal and he showed maturity to choose moments of when to sprint forward and when to yield and link up play.
Walter Musona: 7/10
The younger brother of the former Kaizer Chiefs striker, Knowledge, showed his goalscoring instincts by grabbing a chance out of nowhere to give Rise and Shine a crucial 2-1 lead shortly after the equaliser. He also worked tiressly off the ball.
Sammy Seabi: 7/10
Seabi showed great athleticism to power through a header at the near post ahead of a bevy of Sundowns defenders in getting the equalising goal.
Ricardo Nascimento: 7/10
It didn't show that Nascimento hasd been out of the side for a while now. The Brazilian made numerous crucial tackles throughout the match.
George Lebese: 6.5/10
The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder looked sharp physically in the early stages and showed great precision to score the opening goal but was unlucky to be stretched off the field with an injury in the stroke of halftime.
Motjeka Madisha: 4/10
The youngster was caught for pace throughout the match and he could not combine really well with Nascimento.
Siyanda Zwane: 4/10
Siyanda only played 45 minutes but he appeared not ready for the game and the pace of the match seemed too much for him.
Themba Zwane: 5/10
Zwane was out of the game as he could not combine with Percy Tau and Lebese upfront.
Denis Onyango: 5/10
Onyango did not impose himself really well in the match. The Ugandan shot-stopper could have done better in saving one or two of the three goals he conceded.