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Kaizer Chiefs Player Ratings: Mphahlele and Billiat stand out against Sekhukhune United

21:14 GMT+3 14/05/2022
Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Kaizer Chiefs, May 2022
Amakhosi extended their unbeaten run to three matches in the PSL when they defeated Babina Noko 1-0 on Saturday

Check out how GOAL rated the performances of the Amakhosi players following the match which was played at Emirates Airline Park.

  • Bruce Bvuma, Kaizer Chiefs, March 2022

    Bruce Bvuma - 7/10

    Put in a decent performance in goal.

    Bvuma pulled off good saves to keep Sekhukhune at bay throughout the game. He was also very comfortable on the ball - distributing the ball with aplomb. 

  • Njabulo Blom, Kaizer Chiefs, February 2022

    Njabulo Blom - 6.5/10

    Spent most of his time in Babina Noko's half.

    Blom caused problems for the hosts down the right whenever he pushed forward, but his crosses were not always good. Rarely tested defensively on the day. 

  • Reeve Frosler - 6/10

    Had an interesting battle with Nyiko Mobbie in the left flank.

    Frosler struggled to contain the Mamelodi Sundowns loanee in the opening stages, but he improved defensively after the restart. He created a few chances for his teammates when he overlapped. 

  • Siyabonga Ngezana, Kaizer Chiefs, March 2022

    Siyabonga Ngezana - 6.5/10

    He had a lot to do up against Charlton Mashumba.

    The Sekhukhune striker got the better of the battle on a few occasions early on, but Ngezana eventually took control of the contest. His aerial prowess was important when Chiefs defended set-pieces.

  • Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Ramahlwe Mphahlele - 8.5/10

    Produced a great display on his return to Emirates Airline Park where he made his PSL debut in 2007.

    Mphahlele had a solid game in general as he made important interceptions and blocks including one where he denied Prince Nxumalo a goal. He positioned himself well when he scored the winning goal.

    He was named Man of the Match.

  • Cole Alexander, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Cole Alexander - 6.5/10

    Screened his defence well.

    Alexander made some well-timed tackles to stop some of Sekhukhune's attacks and he also played a few accurate forward passes. He was substituted while looking tired in the closing stages.

  • Sabelo Radebe, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Sabelo Radebe - 7/10

    Put himself about in an energetic display.

    Radebe drove the ball forward when he had the chance and he came close to scoring when his header was blocked by goalkeeper Toaster Nsabata after the restart having started the move.

  • Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Kaizer Chiefs, April 2022

    Nkosingiphile Ngcobo - 5/10

    Couldn't impress on his return to the starting line-up.

    Ngcobo had seemingly not much of an influence on the game with most of his passes being intercepted and unsurprisingly he was the first Chiefs player to be substituted after the restart.

  • Bernard Parker of Kaizer Chiefs.

    Bernard Parker - 6/10

    His work rate remains one of his best attributes.

    Parker got himself in good positions and forced Nsabata into a good save. He tracked back to help his teammates defend - making an important block to deny Chibuike Ohizu in the closing stages.

  • Khama Billiat, Kaizer Chiefs, February 2022

    Khama Billiat - 7.5/10

    An absolute livewire. 

    Billiat tormented the Babina Noko defence with his dribbling and sharp movement. His delivery from set-pieces was good as his free-kick led to the only goal of the match. 

  • Leonardo Castro, Kaizer Chiefs, April 2022

    Leonardo Castro - 5.5/10

    Started well as he led the attack as a mobile forward.

    Castro drifted between lines and found his teammates in goalscoring positions, but his impact waned after the restart and he was substituted without registering a single shot on target.

  • Kgaogelo Sekgota of Kaizer Chiefs

    Kgaogelo Sekgota - 5.5/10

    His speed created a few problems for the Sekhukhune defence having been introduced in the 67th minute, but his final product was poor as his crosses were either blocked or cleared away with ease.

  • Happy Mashiane, Kaizer Chiefs, November 2021

    Happy Mashiane - 5/10

    Introduced in the 79th minute - replacing Billiat and he spent most of his time in Chiefs' half as the Soweto giants contained Babina Noko.

  • Lazarous Kambole Kaizer Chiefs Khuliso Mudau Mamelodi Sundowns.

    Lazarous Kambole - 5/10

    Also came on with 11 minutes left and barely saw the ball.

  • Austin Dube Kaizer Chiefs

    Austin Dube - N/A

    Couldn't make an impact as he came on in the 86th minute.