Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 0-0 draw with Bloemfontein Celtic.
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Patrick Tignyemb : 8/10
The Celtic goalkeeper was brilliant on the night as he denied Sundowns a win with a few fine saves. He also picked up the Man of the Match award.
Khama Billiat : 6.5/10
The Zimbabwean international was lively throughout the match. He created a couple chances and even hit the crossbar in the second half.
Alfred Ndengane : 7/10
The Siwelele centre-back had a blinder. He did well to thwart the Sundowns attacks and shored up the midfield when needed. He also made a goal-line clearance.
Hlompho Kekana : 6.5/10
Kekana worked tirelessly in midfield and gave Sundowns the platform to build attacks.
Percy Tau : 6/10
The Sundowns left-footed midfielder drifted in and out of the game, but his effect was felt in the match with decisive passes and was the brains behind many attacks.
Leonardo Castro : 6/10
The lanky Sundowns striker had opportunities to score but Patrick Tignyemb was on top of his game. Although, he was a constant threat whenever Sundowns were in the Celtic box.
Tshegofatso Mabaso : 4/10
The Celtic striker was not bad, but he was anonymous upfront, as he failed to trouble a shaky Sundowns defence.
Mbhazima Rikhotso: 4/10
The Siwelele defensive midfielder was over-run by the Sundowns midfield for most of the game and committed too many fouls in dangerous areas.
Bangaly Soumahoro : 4/10
The Sundowns centre-back was unstable and nearly committed an own goal for the second-time in as many matches after a misdirected back pass.
Themba Zwane : 5/10
Zwane failed to ignite on the right wing and only played in patches. He disappeared in many periods of the game.