Best & Worst: Sundowns v Pirates

Soccer Laduma selects the six best and the four worst performers following Orlando Pirates' 3-1 win over Mamelodi Sundowns.

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Luvuyo Memela: 7,5/10
Memela had a good match and could have at least scored a brace after missing a golden chance in the first. However, his goal - the third of the match, was sublime and he was a livewire throughout the match.
Mpho Makola: 7/10
Makola was impressive going forward and his second goal for the Buccaneers was technically outstanding.
Justin Shonga: 6.5/10
Shonga cleverly created the second goal for Makola after pouncing on an error at the back. His movement and touches on the ball are good on the eye and on the field.
Jackson Mabokgwane: 7/10
Mabokgwane kept the Buccaneers in the lead going into the halftime break. He was outstanding in the first half as he pulled off a number of fine saves.
Ntsikelelo Nyauza: 7/10
Nyauza's second minute strike handed the Buccaneers the lead and he proved to be solid down the right flank. 
Percy Tau: 7/10
Tau created problems for the Buccaneers defence throughout the match and he did manage to get on the score-sheet in the second half.
Denis Onyango: 4/10
Onyango could have done better with at least two last goals he conceded. It was uncharacteristic for him to switch off in such a big game.
Themba Zwane: 4/10
Zwane was kept quiet throughout the match. He could not combine with Tau and Vilakazi as usual upfront.
Sibusiso Vilakazi: 4/10
Vilakazi had an off day in the false-nine role. He was a frustrated figure upfront and missed a golden chance shortly after Pirates opened the scoring.
Oupa Manyisa: 5/10
Manyisa was ineffective in the middle of the park and failed to make his presence felt.