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Mamelodi Sundowns vs Kaizer Chiefs: The best and worst performers

09:40 GMT+3 28/10/2019
Leonardo Castro, Kaizer Chiefs & Anele Ngcongca, Mamelodi Sundowns, October 2019
Goal takes a look at the best and worst performers following Amakhosi's impressive win over Masandawana in Tshwane

  • Motjeka Madisha of Mamelodi Sundowns challenged by Leonardo Castro of Kaizer Chiefs, October 2019

    Motjeka Madisha 

    The 24-year-old defender had a poor match at the heart of the Sundowns defence and he was easily beaten by Dumisani Zuma as Chiefs sealed their 2-0 victory on the day.  
  • Sibusiso Vilakazi, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2019

    Sibusiso Vilakazi

    The Sundowns attacker replaced injured Themba Zwane in the starting line-up, but he could not make any impact on the match as he struggled to impose himself like he usually does.  
  • Hlompho Kekana, Mamelodi Sundowns, October 2019

    Hlompho Kekana

    The Sundowns captain failed to stamp his authority in the middle of the park as Chiefs hardman Willard Katsande bossed the midfield most of the time. 
  • Gaston Sirino of Mamelodi Sundowns challenged by Yagan Sasman of Kaizer Chiefs, October 2019

    Gaston Sirino

    The Uruguayan playmaker was a shadow of himself and was tightly marked by Chiefs defence as he missed his partner in crime, Zwane.  


  • Anele Ngcongca, Sundowns, April 2019

    Anele Ngcongca

    The veteran defender could not marshall the Sundowns defence in the absence of Wayne Arendse and he was to blame when Samir Nurkovic peeled off him and opened the scoring.


  • Daniel Akpeyi, Kaizer Chiefs, September 2019

    Daniel Akpeyi

    The Nigerian goalkeeper was in top form and he pulled off great saves throughout the match as he continues to impress in Itumeleng Khune's absence.


  • Erick Mathoho, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2019

    Erick Mathoho

    The towering central defender dominated aerial battels especially after Sundowns introduced lanky striker Mauricio Affonso, and he ensured that Chiefs kept a clean sheet.
  • Jose Ali Meza, Mamelodi Sundowns

    Ali Jose Meza 

    The Venezuelan attacker was arguably Sundowns' best player as he was a constant threat in attack and he was unlucky not to equalise in the second half. 


  • Dumisani Zuma, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2019

    Dumisani Zuma

    The hard-running forward proved to be an inspired substitute as he caused havoc for the Sundowns defence with his pace and he grabbed an assist when Nurkovic completed his brace.
  • Samir Nurkovic of Kaizer Chiefs, August 2019

    Samir Nurkovic 

    The man of the match showed off his predatory instincts on the day as he netted two well-taken goals for Chiefs against Sundowns.