Trent Boult has been ruled out of the second cricket test against South Africa in Wellington.
Maharaj bowled 28.3 overs in New Zealand's only innings, which lasted 114.3 overs, and took five for 94.
Opposing skipper Faf du Plessis was drawn to comment on the New Zealand team and believes that the Black Caps will axe one of their spinners in favour of a seam bowler while they will feel the loss of Boult acutely.
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South Africa were also weighing up whether to change their line-up with du Plessis saying the playing XI would be decided by the state of the pitch on Thursday morning.
"I said before the series that if we can get rid of Williamson and Taylor there's a lot of pressure on the rest of the batting lineup", du Plessis told reporters.
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A substitute fielder in Dunedin, Tim Southee has been recalled to play the second test against South Africa.
Two of them were known in advance - Neil Broom making his debut for the injured Ross Taylor and Tim Southee returning for Trent Boult - while Mitchell Santner has also lost his place to Colin de Grandhomme. In three innings he had scores of two, two, and a duck and was caught around the wicket at square leg, point and in the slips.
"Injuries are part and parcel of cricket", Southee, who did not play the first Test, said.
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Piedt, 27, took 24 wickets at an average of 36.04 in seven Tests before he was dropped from the squad that won a Test series in Australia in November when two previously uncapped left-armers, Maharaj and Tabraiz Shamsi were selected.