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Mamelodi Sundowns player ratings after Al Hilal win: Coetzee struggles, De Reuck rock-solid

11:53 PM GMT+4 11/02/2022
Rivaldo Coetzee, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2021
GOAL rates the performances of the Masandawana players following the Tshwane giants' 1-0 win over the Sudanese side on Friday evening

  • Denis Onyango, Mamelodi Sundowns, October 2021

    Denis Onyango - 6/10

    Became busy after the restart with Downs under pressure.

    Onyango made a key save to deny Ibrahim Mustapha, but he was beaten when Themba Zwane made a vital goal-line clearance.

  • Khuliso Mudau, Mamelodi Sundowns, November 2020

    Khuliso Mudau - 6/10

    A huge menace going forward, laying key passes.

    Mudau also completed long balls to stretch the Al Hilal defence out, but, his influence waned as the game wore on.

  • Lyle Lakay, Mamelodi Sundowns, November 2020

    Lyle Lakay - 5/10

    Linked up well with his teammates on the left when he pushed forward.

    However, Lakay came up short defensively as struggled to contain the hard-running Eid Mugadam.

  • Rushine De Reuck, Mamelodi Sundowns, December 2021

    Rushine de Reuck - 8/10

    A reliable figure at the back.

    De Reuck was positionally sound, strong in the air and read the game impeccably to make tackles and interceptions as he frustrated the visitors' attackers.

  • Brian Mandela Onyango, Mamelodi Sundowns, January 2021

    Brian Mandela - 6/10

    Tried too hard to impress on the night.

    Mandela was shaky and off the pace too, but the Kenya international made a few good blocks.

  • Andile Jali, Mamelodi Sundowns, September 2021

    Andile Jali - 7/10

    Influential in the middle of the park for Masandawana.

    Jali was tidy in possession, helping recover the ball many times and he was the Tshwane giants' battering ram on the night.

  • Rivaldo Coetzee of Mamelodi Sundowns, December 2019

    Rivaldo Coetzee - 5/10

    One of his worst performances as a holding midfielder.

    Coetzee lost control of midfield, with Abdoul Ajagun exerting their influence in the middle and this forced Coetzee's midfield partner Andile Jali to work overtime.

  • Themba Zwane Mamelodi Sundowns

    Themba Zwane - 8/10

    Showed his quality, helping Downs launch attacks.

    Zwane was a thorn in Al Hilal's face with his direct runs from the middle and he took his goal well after a mistake by the visitors.

  • Gaston Sirino, Mamelodi Sundowns, January 2021

    Gaston Sirino - 6/10

    Looked lively as he made some incisive passes, but he had to be substituted due to an injury in the 29th minute.

  • Pavol Safranko, Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2021

    Pavol Safranko - 5/10

    Looked lost against the North African giants.

    Safranko influence on the game was minimal and he had a half-chance in the first half, but he fired wide of the target.

  • Peter Shalulile, Mamelodi Sundowns, December 2021

    Peter Shalulile - 6/10

    Never stooped running as he looked to make things happen for Downs.

    However, Shalulile failed to connect with a few crosses, thereby seeing some promising attacking moves come to nothing.

  • Thapelo Morena of Mamelodi Sundowns, August 2019

    Thapelo Morena - 6/10

    His speed created problems after he replaced Sirino and he came close to scoring, but his influence waned off after the restart.

  • Bolivia's Erwin Saavedra, November 2021

    Erwin Saavedra - N/A

    Came on in stoppage time as he made his Downs debut and the Bolivia international couldn't make an impact.

  • Teboho Mokoena, Mamelodi Sundowns, February 2022

    Teboho Mokoena - N/A

    Also couldn't make an impact after coming on in stoppage time.

  • Mothobi Mvala of Mamelodi Sundowns.

    Mothobi Mvala - N/A

    Also introduced in stoppage time.