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Kaizer Chiefs Player Ratings: Parker and Billiat disappoint against SuperSport United

07:38 BST 17/04/2022
Bernard Parker, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021
Amakhosi registered their sixth defeat of the season in the PSL when they suffered a 1-0 loss to Matsatsantsa on Saturday night.

GOAL rates the performances of the Amakhosi players.

  • Brandon Petersen, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Brandon Petersen - 6/10

    Did not have much to do on the night.

    Petersen made one save in the first half, denying Thapelo Maseko and he was beaten by Thamsanqa Gabuza from close range after his defence was exposed. 

  • Njabulo Blom kaizer Chiefs

    Njabulo Blom - 6/10

    Not very effective going forward.

    Blom was more concerned with stopping Maseko, who tormented him in the first half, but the Chiefs full-back produced an improved display after the restart.

  • Reeve Frosler, Kaizer Chiefs, November 2021

    Reever Frosler - 5.5/10

    Drifted in and out of the game.

    Frosler constantly pushed forward into the SuperSport half where he combined well with his teammates, but Gabuza scored from his flank after he had overlapped. 

  • Siyabonga Ngezana, Kaizer Chiefs, December 2021

    Siyabonga Ngezana - 6/10

    A threat from aerial balls in the opposition's box.

    Ngezana came close to scoring with a header, but when it came to reading the game, he fumbled and he was outpaced by Ghampani Lungu, who then played a cross which Gabuza turned home.

  • Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Ramahlwe Mphahlele - 6.5/10

    A leader in the Chiefs defence.

    Mphahlele was rock-solid in defence and his excellent reading of the game saw him make important interceptions and clearances.

  • Phathutshedzo Nange, Kaizer Chiefs, February 2022

    Phathutshedzo Nange - 6/10

    Had a slow start to the game.

    SuperSport youngsters outclassed him in midfield in the first half, but he improved after the restart as he won his duels and distributed the ball with aplomb. 

  • Cole Alexander, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Cole Alexander - 6/10

    Full of energy and creativity in midfield.

    Alexander made a telling impact at both ends of the pitch, but he looked tired in the second half and he was substituted.

  • Nkosingiphile Ngcobo of Kaizer Chiefs.

    Nkosingiphile Ngcobo - 5.5/10

    Handed a rare start after impressing against TS Galaxy last weekend.

    Ngcobo brought much-needed intensity to the press and while counter-attacking which Chiefs had missed against Galaxy, but he was denied space to take accurate shots at goal

  • Bernard Parker of Kaizer Chiefs.

    Bernard Parker - 5/10

    Failed to make an impact and he was error-prone.
    Parker gave away possession a few times and he found himself in a one-on-one situation with Ronwen Williams, but he somehow failed to beat the goalkeeper, before being substituted.

  • Khama Billiat, Kaizer Chiefs, February 2022

    Khama Billiat - 5/10

    Looked a bit off-colour on his return to the starting line-up

    Billiat didn't make his usual dangerous runs with the SuperSport defence containing him and he was also wasteful in front of goal. 

  • Samir Nurkovic of Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Samir Nurkovic - 5.5/10

    Worked his soaked off upfront.

    Nurkovic pressed and hurried the SuperSport defenders. He scored on the stroke of half-time, but his goal was disallowed for offside. 

  • Leonardo Castro, Kaizer Chiefs, December 2021

    Leonardo Castro - 5.5/10

    Came on in the 63rd minute and got into some good positions but chances didn't really fall his way.

  • Sabelo Radebe, Kaizer Chiefs, August 2021

    Sabelo Radebe - 5/10

    Wasn't too effective in midfield after coming on for Alexander in the 71st minute.

  • Kgaogelo Sekgota of Kaizer Chiefs

    Kgaogelo Sekgota - N/A

    Barely had a touch of the ball having been introduced in the 84th minute and did not do enough to warrant a rating.