As Warriors prepare for the next Sunday in the Afghan qualifiers, we see how team players in South Africa played during the weekend.
The Orlandese pirate player Marshall Munetsi played the whole match in the goalless roar against Mamelodi Sundowns.
The 22-year-old gets more time to play in his club since October. He was in top format, and he was brilliantly featured on Saturday while playing as one of three central backs.
Evans Rusike started for SuperSport United and created the only goal of the match against the Free State Star. The attacker made his second appearance after recovering from a foot injury that had dismissed him from retaliation against the DRC last month.
He played ninety minutes.
Goalkeeper George Chigov managed to keep a clean sheet in Polokwane City 0-0 against Amazulu, but the second choice, Edmore Sibanda admitted despite his team winning 2-1 against Ajax Cape Town.
Khanda Billiat and Willard Katsande played against Chipp United, but Teenage Hadebe's defense was an inexperienced replacement. Hadebe was only in the middle season against Black Leopard where Billiat and Katsande also had time to play.
Talent Chawapiwa (Baroka) and Ronald Pfumbidzai (Bloem Celtic) started for their teams, while Ovidy Karuru (AmaZulu) and Knox Mutizwa (Golden Arrows) came to replace the other half.