Statistical highlights: Mumbai vs Rajasthan

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.