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South African captain Keshav Maharaj is a devotee of Bajrang Bali, special relation with this village of UP


New Delhi: The five-match T20 series between India and South Africa ended at 2-2. The fifth, final and deciding match to be played in Bangalore was washed out due to rain. Keshav Maharaj captained South Africa in the last match due to Temba Bavuma’s injury. It is clear from the name that Keshav Maharaj will be of Indian origin, what is the connection of this spinner with India, let us tell further.

UP’s Sultanpur Relations

Born on 7 February 1990 in Durban, Keshav Maharaj is a left arm spinner. The ancestors of Keshav Maharaj, who started his career as a pacer, once lived in India, who were brought to South Africa in 1874 from Sultanpur in Uttar Pradesh to work. There are four members in Keshav’s family. Apart from the cricketer, he has parents and a sister, who is married to a man from Sri Lanka.


father and grandfather also used to play cricket
Keshav Maharaj’s father Atmanand was also a cricketer, who played domestic cricket for South Africa. However, Atmanand never got a chance to play Test cricket. Grandfather was also a cricketer. Keshav Maharaj is a great devotee of Hanuman ji. Despite living in South Africa, customs are followed. Indians celebrate festivals.

Match canceled in just 3.3 overs
Rain came just before the start of the match and the start of the match was delayed by 50 minutes, reducing the match to 19 overs. In the fourth over of the Indian innings, rain once again disturbed and the match could not start again. For the second time, India had scored 28 runs for two wickets in 3.3 overs till the rain interrupted. Only 16 minutes of play could be played during the match.





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