Rowen Fernandez: Had very little to do, but when called upon he coped well. Rating: 7
Bryce Moon: Looked an excellent outlet on the right and should have done enough to win a place in the squad that will go to Ghana. His versatility as either a winger or rightback will improve his chances further. Rating: 7
Benson Mhlongo: Was vocal with his players as skipper on the night and did all that was asked of him. Rating: 7
Bevan Fransman (83 mins): Solid in defence, he was sure in everything he did. Certainly a star of the future. Rating: 7
Tsepo Masilela: Moved up and down the line well, but failed to get to the byline enough. Looks to have improved since he left for Israel, however. Rating: 6
Lance Davids (66 mins): Excellent, played with passion and covered a lot of ground as he hunted the ball. He is used as a rightback for Djurgardens in Sweden, but is he the answer to the defensive midfield role for Bafana? Rating: 8
Kagisho Dikgacoi: Neat, tidy and got stuck in. A good performance. Rating: 7
Teko Modise (89 mins):: The star of the show. After a slow start in the game, he became more influential as it wore on and was the driving force behind everything good from Bafana. Rating: 9
Bernard Parker: Lively and provided a good link in midfield. A good option on the left. Rating: 6
Lerato Chabangu (75 mins): Did OK. Tends to take the wrong option at times and his first touch leaves a lot to be desired. Rating: 6
Thembinkosi Fanteni (66 mins): Should have scored early in the game and is still looking for that elusive first international goal. His general play was impressive, however. Rating: 6
SUBSTITUTES Norman Smith (24 mins): Pretty anonymous when he came on, but to be fair the sting had long gone from the game.
Brent Carelse (24 mins): Took up a position on the right and did OK in his first international cap.
Bamuza Sono (15 mins): Looked to get involved and was comfortable on the ball.
Ashraf Hendricks (7 mins): Not really given enough time to make an impact.
Vuyo Mere (1 min): Played in an unfamiliar central midfield role.
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