Rajasthan Vs Mumbai: Statistical highlights
Jaipur: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals.
Sachin Tendulkar has recorded 200 boundaries in 42 matches in the IPL (181 fours + 19 sixes).
Tendulkar has lost five tosses in succession in the IPL 4 - the most in succession by a skipper.
Shane Warne has taken 10 wickets at an average of 16.20 in seven games in the fourth edition of the IPL - the most for Rajasthan Royals.
Warne`s tally of 54 wickets in 49 matches at an average of 24.29 is the second highest in the IPL, next only to Rudra Pratap Singh`s 56.
Rajasthan Royals` convincing seven-wicket triumph is their biggest over Mumbai Indians, surpassing the five-wicket win at Jaipur on May 26, 2008.
Mumbai Indians` defeat is their second in the IPL 4. They had lost by eight wickets to Kochi Tuskers Kerala at Mumbai on April 15.
Rajasthan Royals have won 11 games out of 14 played at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur in the IPL.
Rohit Sharma became the third player to complete 200 runs in IPL 4 for Mumbai - the first two being Sachin (276) and Ambati Rayudu (212).
Ashok Menaria (2/20) registered his best figures in the fourth edition of the IPL.
With nine points in eight matches, Rajasthan Royals are placed second in the Points Table.
Mumbai Indians, with five victories out of seven, are placed at the top with ten points in the Points table.
Lasith Malinga took his wickets` tally of wickets to 17 in seven games at an average of 9.64 - the highest by a bowler in the fourth edition of the IPL.
Johan Botha (45 + 3/6) recorded his best all-round performance - the third best for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, next only to Yusuf Pathan and Shane Watson, who both have produced all-round performance of a fifty and three wickets in the same match.
Botha`s innings of 45 off 39 balls is his second highest in the IPL - his best being an unbeaten 67 off 47 balls against Deccan at Hyderabad on April 9, 2011.
Botha has been dismissed for the first time in the IPL 4, averaging 177.00 - 177 in five innings, including one fifty.
Mumbai Indians (94/8) have recorded their lowest total in the IPL, eclipsing the 116 for nine against Punjab at Mohali on April 25, 2008.