7/10 - The SuperSport United keeper returned to the starting XI at the expense of Darren Keet and he was arguably the busier of the two keepers.
Williams kept Morocco at bay for most of the game where he showed good alertness to avert danger.
6/10 - Once again Hlanti seemed to struggle offensively.
Defensively, he was up to the challenge, but his lack of penetration bombing down the flank meant that Bafana lost out on an attacking threat.
Buhle Mkhwanazi7/10 - Was a rock at the back and Morocco struggled to win anything aerially inside the box with him patrolling the central areas.
Thulani Hlatshwayo7/10 - The defender gave a good account of himself, but a lack of concentration from him and his fellow defenders at the end was punished.
7/10 - Mkhize may have sustained a concussion against Namibia but he showed no signs of that.
He was immense at right-back as he gave the Moroccans nothing to work with.
7/10 - It was by no means Zungu's best game but he did show some good touches and passes.
However, his tank eventually ran out towards the end of the match and he was substituted.
6/10 - The Vitesse star looked lively but died out as the game matured.
He also looked slightly rusty as he made his first appearance of the tournament.
6/10 - Once again, Tau was deployed in a wider position and he struggled.
Aside from a narrow miss from range, he was rather anonymous.
5/10 - Bafana failed to register a single shot on target against Morocco and Mothiba was at the core of a rather tame attack.
He struggled for space and did not receive the service required to affect the game.
Themba Zwane6/10 - A lot was expected from the playmaker but he failed to live up to expectations, barely threatening the Morocco defence.
Sibusiso Vilakazi6/10 - Vilakazi was introduced with 15 minutes to go but had little influence upfront.
Lars Veldwijk6/10 - Another substitute who came on with a little over 15 minutes remaining. The lanky forward hardly saw the ball to his frustration.
Hlompho KekanaCame on with less than 10 minutes to go and was on the field for too short of a time to be rated.