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Keshav Maharaj

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

WICKETS
90
AVERAGE
27.7

Keshav Maharaj

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

WICKETS
6
AVERAGE
27.7

Bowler

Bowls Left Arm Orthodox

AGE
28
HEIGHT
CM
BORN

Durban

COUNTRY

South Africa

South Africa

Bio

Keshav Maharaj was rewarded with a Test debut for the Proteas after fantastic first-class form for the Dolphins.

His Test debut came in 2016 against Australia at the WACA. He had a great first game, taking 3-56 in the first-innings and making 41-not-out.

His ODI debut came one year later in 2017 against England at Southampton.

 

MATCHES
22
DEBUT
2016
CAP NO
327
BEST BATTING
45
BEST BOWLING
9-129
Bowling
WICKETS
90
AVERAGE
27.7
ECONOMY
3.14
S/R
52.8
5W
5
10W/M
1
Batting
RUNS
403
INNINGS
33
NOT OUTS
6
AVERAGE
14.93
100s
0
50s
0
MATCHES
4
DEBUT
2017
CAP NO
120
BEST BATTING
17
BEST BOWLING
3-25
Bowling
WICKETS
6
AVERAGE
27.7
ECONOMY
5.33
S/R
31.2
5W
0
10W/M
0
Batting
RUNS
25
INNINGS
2
NOT OUTS
0
AVERAGE
12.5
100s
0
50s
0

Mighty Maharaj snares nine-wicket haul

Keshav Maharaj recorded the second best figures in South Africa's Test history, finishing with 9-129 in Sri Lanka's first innings of the second Test


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Test played in a sporting manner: Maharaj

South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj believes both teams have played the fourth Test in the right spirit, as the hosts again dominated the day's action


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Australia top order collapse in four overs

Cameron Bancroft was sharply run out before David Warner, Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh all followed in quick succession on day four


Maharaj claims nine to skittle Sri Lanka

South Africa spinner made to wait but finishes with record-breaking nine-wicket haul despite final-wicket resistance


Pace shootout put on hold as Maharaj shines

Recalled Proteas spinner claims first five-wicket haul of a series billed as a battle of the world's best pace attacks


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Maharaj, Rabada lead Proteas to big win

Bangladesh batsmen lasted just 90 minutes on fifth day as pace and spin saw them lose 7-41 to fold on fifth day


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