Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Mamelodi Sundowns' 2-1 loss to Polokwane City.
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Rodney Ramagalela: 8/10
Ramagalela was superb on the night. He ran Sundowns defence rugged and popped up with two goals on the night.
Percy Tau: 6.5/10
Despite ending up on the losing side, Tau was a real livewire for Sundowns as he set up a few chances for his teammates.
Themba Zwane: 6.5/10
Similarly to Tau, Zwane was instrumental in Sundowns' dominance and was real threat in the middle of the park.
Thabang Klaas: 6.5/10
Klaas was impressive on the left flank for Polokwane. He missed a good chance in the second half, but was a real threat on the counter and he worked hard defensively.
Sammy Seabi: 6.5/10
Seabi was a real work-horse in the middle of the park. He managed to hold his own against the Sundowns midfield and protected the back four well.
Jabu Maluleke: 7/10
The Polokwane skipper put in a real shift alongside Seabi and was impressive with his final ball, which often unlocked the Sundowns defence. He also played a part in both goals.
Thokozani Sekotlong: 4/10
The debutant enjoyed a tough evening in front of goal as he squandered three glorious chances in the first half. He was replaced midway through the second half.
Motjeka Madisha: 4/10
Not the best of evenings for the Madisha. He was out of position for the first goal, and was turned too easily by Ramagalela for the second.
Bangaly Soumahoro: 4/10
There was a lack of understanding between Soumahoro and Madisha, as Polokwane broke through the middle on a couple occassions. The Ivorian also failed to stop Ramagalela in the build up to the first goal.
Oupa Manyisa: 5/10
Manyisa helped Sundowns maintain possession, but he was not as effective as Tau or Zwane in the final third. He was also at fault for Polokwane's opening goal.