Best & Worst: Baroka v Chiefs
Best & Worst: Baroka v Kaizer Chiefs
Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 2-2 draw against Baroka on Saturday evening.
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Edmore Chirambadare: 7/10
Kept the opposition defenders on their toes and almost got onto the scoresheet himself, but was denied by brilliant goalkeeping.
Sepana Letsoalo: 7/10
Took his goal well and also caused the Chiefs defence all sorts of troubles with his running in between the lines.
Tsepo Masilela: 8/10
Kept it simple and looked as a rock at the back. Makes up for his lack of pace with his brilliant reading of the game.
Richard Matloga: 7/10
Showed his quality in both attack and defence.
Bernard Parker: 7/10
Looked a different class with his off-the-ball movement and showed his composure with a well-struck penalty.
Mxolisi Kunene: 8/10
Made a meaningful impact as a substitute and scored what could be a contender for Absa Premiership goal of the season.
Jacky Motshegwa: 4/10
Had a number of opportunities to score, but failed to take them and looked a tad off-the-pace.
Joseph Malongoane: 5/10
'Tight' didn't have the best of games by his standard and failed to make a meaningful impact in the final third.
Eric Mathoho: 6/10
Despite getting onto the scoresheet early on, the Bafana Bafana international didn't have a game to remember and will feel; largely to blame to Kunene's equaliser.
Lucky Baloyi: 5/10
Brought stability to the Chiefs midfield, but was founding wanting on the attack and offered very little in place of George Maluleka.