Mumbai: Statistical highlights of the Indian Premier League match between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians here.
Mumbai Indians suffered their second 10-wicket defeat in the IPL -- the only team to earn this dubious distinction.
Rajasthan Royals registered their biggest win in the IPL.
Four teams have won by a 10-wicket margin in the IPL - Deccan, Delhi, Bangalore and Rajasthan - once each.
Rajasthan Royals recorded their fourth win against Mumbai Indians in seven matches in the IPL.
Shane Warne won 30 matches as captain out of 55 contested in the IPL - lost 24 and tied one. Only Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings) has won more games (34) as captain.
Mumbai Indians won eight and lost five out of 13 contested in IPL 4. With 16 points, they are placed fourth in the Points table.
Mumbai Indians lost both their matches to Rajasthan Royals in IPL 4. They had lost by seven wickets at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur on April 29, 2011.
Shane Watson (89 not out off 47 balls) recorded his highest innings in the IPL - his seventh fifty overall.
Watson became the second all-rounder to register a fifty and capture three wickets in the same IPL game twice, the first being Yuvraj Singh.
Watson has managed 330 runs at an average of 33.00 in 11 games in the fourth edition of the IPL - the second highest, next only to Rahul Dravid`s 343 at an average of 31.18.
Rohit Sharma, with his innings of 58 off 47 balls, completed 300 runs in IPL 4, totalling 349 at an average of 43.62, including three half-centuries, in 13 matches.
Rohit became the fourth batsman to complete 1500 runs or more in the IPL.
Watson and Dravid were involved in an opening partnership of 134 (unbroken) - Rajasthan`s highest for any wicket in the IPL 4. The stand is the highest for any wicket for Rajasthan Royals against Mumbai Indians in the IPL.
The unbroken 134-run stand is the second highest for Rajasthan in the IPL - the highest is 135 for the first wicket between Naman Ojha and Graeme Smith against Punjab at Durban on May 5, 2009.
Watson was adjudged the Man of the Match award for the fifth time in the IPL.
Rajasthan Royals won six and lost seven out of 13 played in the IPL 2011.
Watson (3/19) has produced his best figures in the IPL 4.
Sachin Tendulkar (31 off 35 balls) took his tally in the fourth edition of the IPL to 439 at an average of 43.90 in 13 matches.
Tendulkar`s tally is the third best in IPL 4, next only to Shaun Marsh (491) and Paul Valthaty (458).
Tendulkar completed his 1600 runs in the IPL, totaling 1609 at an average of 40.22 in 48 matches. His tally includes one century and 10 fifties.
Rohit Sharma`s aggregate of 1519 at an average of 33.02 in 58 matches, including 11 half-centuries, is the fourth highest in the IPL, next only to Suresh Raina (1728), Tendulkar (1609) and Adam Gilchrist (1552).
Rohit`s magnificent 58 off 47 balls is his second fifty against Rajasthan, next only to the 73 off 44 balls at Nagpur on April 5, 2010.
Warne claimed 57 wickets in 55 matches at an average of 25.38 in the IPL. Warne took 13 wickets at an average of 22.84 in 13 matches this season - the most by a Rajasthan bowler in the IPL 2011.