Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 2-2 draw Platinum Stars.
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Ndumiso Mabena: 7/10
The Dikwena striker was very impressive on the night. He scored two well taken goals and worked extremely hard off the ball.
Bongi Ntuli: 6.5/10
The former Sundowns striker worked tirelessly upfront and made his presence felt in the final third. He also played a part in Mabena's first goal.
Ryan De Jongh: 6/10
Didn't have a big impact going forward, but was solid defensively and did well to frustrate the Sundowns attackers.
Gerald Phiri: 6.5/10
Phiri made his presence known in the middle of the park and held his own against Kekana and Mohomi. He also got the assist for Mabena's second goal.
Willem Mwedihanga: 6/10
Despite conceding two goals, Mwedihanga put in a solid shift throughout and did well frustrate Tau and Billiat.
Yannick Zakri: 6/10
Zakri had a quiet first half, but started seeing more of the ball in the second stanza and also grabbed his first goal for the club.
Motjeka Madisha: 4/10
Madisha has been impressive in recent weeks, but he had a tough time dealing with Mabena and Ntuli throughout the night and could have done better with the first goal.
Thabo Nthethe: 5/10
Despite getting the opening goal, Nthethe was at fault for both goals, having failed to deal with Mabena.
Anthony Laffor: 4/10
Handed start by Pitso Mosimane, but he cut a frustrated figure. He also squandered two good chances to hand Sundowns the lead in the second half.
Percy Tau: 4/10
Tau has been one of Sundowns' stars this season, but he had quiet game on the night and looked frustrated at times.