Best & Worst: Chiefs v SuperSport

Soccer Laduma selects the six best and four worst players, following Kaizer Chiefs' 1-0 loss to SuperSport United in the MTN8.

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Best:
 
Morgan Gould: 7/10
 
Voted Man of the Match on the night, Gould was superb in defence. He gave Paez no joy in the final third and was key to SuperSport keeping clean sheet.
 
Siphiwe Tshabalala: 6.5/10
 
Tshabalala was Chiefs' engine on the night. He kept things ticking as they dominate possession, while he was also unlucky to hit the woodwork on the first half.
 
Clayton Daniels: 7/10
 
Alongside Gould, Daniels put in a solid shift in the heart of the defence, as they did well to frustrate the Chiefs attackers on the night.
 
Ramahlwe Mphahlele: 6.5/10
 
Mphahlele was impressive on both ends of the pitch. He had a lot joy going forward and was rock solid defensively.
 
Grant Kekana: 6.5/10
 
Kekana put in a stellar effort defensively down the right flank, and he did well restrict Masilela in the final third.
 
Aubrey Modiba: 6/10
 
A lot Chiefs' attacks went down SuperSport's left flank, and Modiba did well to deal with the constant threat from the Chiefs attackers.
 
Worst:
 
George Maluleka: 4/10
 
Maluleka didn't have a bad game, but he couldn't stamp his authority on the encounter despite Chiefs having most of the possession.
 
Cole Alexander: 4/10
 
Alexander didn't impose himself enough in the middle of the park and was often muscled off the ball. He was replaced at the start of the second half.
 
Thuso Phala: 4/10
 
Phala replaced Alexander in the second half, but the winger had effect going forward.
 
Gustavo Paez: 4/10
 
The Venezuelan worked hard off the ball, but endured a frustrating evening against Gould and Daniels in the 18-yard box.