Cape Town - SuperSport United thrashed Orlando Pirates 6-1 in their Absa Premiership clash at the Mbombela Stadium.
The defeat matched Pirates' worst-ever defeat - 27-years ago to Mamelodi Sundowns in a BP Top 8 encounter.
Sport24's Tashreeq Vardien rates each player according to their performance in Tuesday's match.
SuperSport United player ratings:
Ronwen Williams - 7/10
The 'keeper has matured under the guidance of Stuart Baxter and a late great penalty save from Tendai Ndoro will only boost his confidence.
Michael Boxall - 8/10
He is a right-back and seems comfortable in that position after spending time in a centre-back role. The New Zealander scored two goals after finding himself in the right position.
Clayton Daniels - 8/10
The heart of United's midfield. His demanding organisation skills are pivotal for Matsatsantsa.
Morgan Gould - 7/10
A walloping victory over old foes must be a great feeling. The former Kaizer Chiefs defender did enough to keep the Buccaneers in check.
Onismor Bhasera - 7/10
At the age of 30 the left-back did his job well especially linking up with SuperSport's midfield.
Dean Furman - 8/10
His work ethic goes unnoticed, but the former Doncaster midfielder put in a great shift which allowed Reneilwe Letsholonyane to push forward.
Reneilwe Letsholonyane - 8/10
'Yeye' proved once again how important he can be for a team. The midfielder found himself on the scoresheet while also assisting with one of Boxall's goals.
Cole Alexander - 3/10
Came off with what seemed like an injury, but was not doing his job in the 17 minutes he was on.
Thuso Phala - 7/10
Got a goal to show for all his hard running down the right flank.
Bradley Grobler - 8/10
An assist and a goal for his efforts and his link-up play was superb for Letsholonyane's goal.
Jeremy Brockie - 7/10
The New Zealander continues where he left off last season, once again on the scoresheet for United. His partnership with Grobler looks promising.
Thebo Mnyamane - 6/10
Replaced Alexander in the early stages of the first half and Matsatsantsa immediately looked in better shape.
Orlando Pirates player ratings:
Brighton Mhlongo - 4/10
Too many mistakes and seems to be punching the ball too often when he could have caught it.
Happy Jele - 5/10
The Pirates captain won't be happy with his performance especially his leadership frailties in the second half.
Edwin Gyimah - 4/10
Kept his place following a man-of-the-match performance against Kaizer Chiefs last weekend, but struggled with the conditions and the pressure United put on the Buccaneers.
Ntsikelelo Nyauza - 4/10
The defender was beaten several times in the danger zone which resulted in his team conceding.
Thabo Matlaba - 5/10
The left-back's defending was below par on the night and could not contain the pressure from Thuso Phala.
Issa Sarr - 5/10
After failing to make the Senegal SWC 2018 squad to face Bafana Bafana, Sarr had an off evening in Pirates colours.
Mpho Makola - 5/10
A decent first half, but failed to improve after the break. Could not compete with SuperSport's dominant midfield.
Gift Motupa - 5/10
The former Baroka FC attacking midfielder should have been taken off instead of Riyaad Norodien. Motupa struggled to keep up with the pace of the game.
Thabo Rakhale - 6/10
Along with Norodien, Rakhale was a standout performer, but faded in the second half due to SuperSport's attacking dominance.
Riyaad Norodien - 6/10
The former Ajax Cape Town attacking midfielder looks like a great addition to the Buccaneers squad.
Tendai Ndoro - 6/10
The Zimbabwean is struggling to stay centrally as he often wanders wide, but proved that he is deadly in front of goal following his first half goal.
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