Best & Worst: SuperSport v Sundowns
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following SuperSport United's 1-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns on Wednesday evening.
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Motjeka Madisha: 9/10
The central defender displayed his great defensive abilities and came out on tops in his battle against Kingston Nkhatha.
Teboho Mokoena: 7/10
The pacy youngster added a much needed spark into Supersport United's game and gave Tebogo Langerman a run for his money.
Hlompho Kekana: 8/10
Showed his class in both attack and defence by not only breaking down play but also by being at the heart of a number of Sundowns attacks. Took his goal well.
Ronwen Williams: 7/10
The goalkeeper marked his return to the side with an inspired performance and kept his side at bay on a few occasions. Could do nothing about the goal.
Thapelo Morena: 7/10
The defender came out on top in his duel with Aubrey Modiba and provided an attacking option when going forward for Sundowns.
Clayton Daniels: 6/10
Former a great partnership with Gould and did well to thwart the attacking efforts of Percy Tau and Themba Zwane. Could've done better with goal.
Themba Zwane: 7/10
Oozed confidence whenever he was on the ball and caused the SuperSport defence a number of scares with his pace and trickery.
Aubrey Modiba: 5/10
Proved ineffective on the left-wing and was replaced by Mandla Masango in second-half.
Khama Billiat: 5/10
The Zimbabwean had a quiet game by his standards, but threatened with his off-the-ball movement.
Dean Furman: 5/10
Had a quiet game by his standards and didn't impose himself against Kekana and Mohomi.
Kingston Nkhatha: 5/10
Worked tirelessly, but came second to Madisha in most duels. Hurt himself and had to be replaced after a late challenge on Madisha.