Indian Premier League - 34th match

Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians

Rajasthan Royals won by 7 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)

1557 Almost game time. Jacobs and Tendulkar are opening. Jacobs takes strike of course. Tendulkar has taken strike in only 47 out of 330 ODI innings that he has opened in. The last time was in July 2004.

Ashok Menaria opening the bowling, left-arm spin from round the wicket.

1545 Mayank writes in with a plea: "Can't Mumbai be a good fellow metro and lend some of the non-playing internationals like Ray Price or Blizzard to Delhi! We need them badly!"

"Tendulkar v Warne does not inspire the same awe as it did back in the days . Probably has to do with sachin's methodical approach to batting these days as opposed to the sheer audacity to dominate in his youthful pomp!" says Spooks.

Chaky: "T suman said before IPL "It would be great to bat along Sachin". Mr Suman, you were better in DC side where atleast you were playing in almost every match. Not sure why MI still obsessed with mr. R. Satish, may be just for fielding."

"No Tait again? I hate the feeling of there being a fully-loaded missile laucher stuck in the shed..bit of pressure of botha then eh?" says Jonesy. And didn't Tait get Tendulkar out the last time they played?

1530 Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar at the toss. Warne very complimentary about Tendulkar. And vice versa.

Tendulkar calls tails, but it's a head. Rajasthan will bowl first, Warne's hoping to restrict a strong Mumbai batting line-up. He's squinting a lot, perhaps because it's a bright day. "Same team as the last game, whatever that was," says Warne.

Mumbai have made one change, bringing in spinner Ali Murtaza for medium-pacer Abu Nechim.

"A shame to not see Aiden Blizzard or T Suman not getting a chance yet. Pretty sure Blizzard could slot in for Davy Jacobs (with Rayudu keeping of course)," says Oshada.

1520 Good afternoon and welcome to ESPNcricinfo's ball-by-ball coverage of the game between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium in Jaipur, what Shane Warne likes to call their 'fortress'. Its walls and moats will be threatened severely by the best team of the IPL so far. Mumbai have won five out of six games, and are runaway league leaders, while Rajasthan are fifth, after winning and losing three games.

Apparently there's something huge happening in London today. The Royal Wedding. County cricket isn't stopping for it, and neither is the IPL.

0.1

Menaria to Jacobs, 1 run, width outside off stump, Jacobs cuts to point and the crowd begins to cheer, because Tendulkar gets the strike

0.2

Menaria to Tendulkar, FOUR, Tendulkar leans forward and drives the ball fluently through cover point, where Dravid dives over the ball to allow the boundary

0.3

Menaria to Tendulkar, 1 run, nudged through midwicket for a single

0.4

Menaria to Jacobs, no run, cut off the back foot towards point

Gareth: "Shouldn't Warnie be at the Royal Wedding? Surely the King of Spin would have received an invitation."

0.5

Menaria to Jacobs, no run, Jacobs tries to cut but misses outside off

0.6

Menaria to Jacobs, 1 run, the line is a bit too straight and Jacobs nudges off his pads towards wide mid-on

End of over 1 (7 runs) Mumbai Indians 7/0 (RR: 7.00)
DJ Jacobs    2* (4b)      AL Menaria    1-0-7-0
SR Tendulkar    5* (2b 1x4)     

No Shaun Tait today so Amit Singh has the new ball ...

1.1

Singh to Jacobs, 2 runs, full and wide outside off, Jacobs reaches out for it and edges the drive over backward point to the boundary

1.2

Singh to Jacobs, no run, Amit replies with a terrific delivery that pitches on a length and seams away from the batsman, beating the edge

1.3

Singh to Jacobs, 1 wide, Jacobs charges down and moves a touch towards off and swings hard, he misses but the umpire thinks the ball was too wide outside off

1.3

Singh to Jacobs, no run, the keeper stands up to the stumps and collects the ball outside off after Jacobs swings hard and misses again

1.4

Singh to Jacobs, no run, pushed from the crease towards extra cover

1.5

Singh to Jacobs, 1 run, shorter length on middle and leg, Jacobs pulls towards long leg

1.6

Singh to Tendulkar, no run, fullish length, Tendulkar times the cover drive well off the front foot but places it to the fielder

End of over 2 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 11/0 (RR: 5.50)
SR Tendulkar    5* (3b 1x4)      A Singh    1-0-4-0
DJ Jacobs    5* (9b)      AL Menaria    1-0-7-0

"Why didn't Warne play Tait. He could have tested MI lineup with some serious pace?" asks Nikhil. Here's Watson ...

2.1

Watson to Jacobs, no run, Jacob comes down and tries to swing the length ball on the leg side, he misses and gets hit on the body

2.2

Watson to Jacobs, 1 run, played with soft hands on the off side for a single

2.3

Watson to Tendulkar, 1 run, full ball on middle stump, Tendulkar leans forward and clips it off his pads towards deep midwicket

2.4

Watson to Jacobs, SIX, shot, Jacobs steps out once again, like he's tried to several times. This time he reaches the length ball and punches it with a straight bat, without a follow through, over the long-on boundary

The keeper stands up to the stumps ...

2.5

Watson to Jacobs, 2 runs, played off the pads through square leg

2.6

Watson to Jacobs, 1 run, good length and straight, played from the crease towards mid-on

End of over 3 (11 runs) Mumbai Indians 22/0 (RR: 7.33)
DJ Jacobs    15* (14b 1x6)      SR Watson    1-0-11-0
SR Tendulkar    6* (4b 1x4)      A Singh    1-0-4-0

Chris: "@Gareth: Murali must have received the Royal Wedding Invitation as the real King of Spin!"

3.1

Singh to Jacobs, OUT, bowled him! Jacobs tried to hit the ball down the ground again, planting his foot forward and aiming for wide long-on, he missed and Amit hit middle stump

DJ Jacobs b Singh 15 (15b 0x4 1x6) SR: 100.00

Habib is outraged: ""How on earth Sachin, the living legend of cricket, is not even invited to the Royal wedding? Oh well, probably they've even forgotten that they invented this wonderful game, didn't they?"

3.2

Singh to Rayudu, no run, Rayudu pushes forward and outside off an a short of a length ball, that might have taken an edge but fell short of the keeper

3.3

Singh to Rayudu, 1 run, mis-timed on the leg side after attempting a powerful heave and they run a quick single, Rayudu had to hurry

3.4

Singh to Tendulkar, 1 run, Tendulkar moves forward to push the ball to mid-on and sets off as soon as he makes contact

3.5

Singh to Rayudu, no run, short of a length and straight, played off the back foot towards point

3.6

Singh to Rayudu, FOUR, Rayudu changes, makes a bit of room, and launches the length ball flat over extra cover, the bounces once before going over the boundary

End of over 4 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 28/1 (RR: 7.00)
AT Rayudu    5* (4b 1x4)      A Singh    2-0-10-1
SR Tendulkar    7* (5b 1x4)      SR Watson    1-0-11-0

4.1

Menaria to Tendulkar, no run, played off the front foot towards cover

4.2

Menaria to Tendulkar, OUT, there won't be any of Tendulkar v Warne today! Menaria's got him! Tendulkar charged the bowler, Menaria tossed it up and slowed it down, Tendulkar swung hard and connected with nothing, easy stumping

SR Tendulkar st †Yagnik b Menaria 7 (7b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Gareth: "@Chris. Hahaha, I'm sure Mike Gatting would put in his vote for Murali too, but that's more due to the fact that two decades later Mike still doesn't know how he was bowled."

4.3

Menaria to Sharma, no run, Rohit plays the ball towards cover

4.4

Menaria to Sharma, no run, Rohit moves back and punches the ball towards cover point

4.5

Menaria to Sharma, 1 run, pushed towards long-on for a single

4.6

Menaria to Rayudu, no run, played back to the bowler

Charan: " Ashok Manareia what have you done??? You cancelled the Sachin Vs Warne equation from match. Why should I watch anymore?"

There's probably no chance that Tendulkar will bowl his legbreaks at Warne, is there?

End of over 5 (1 run) Mumbai Indians 29/2 (RR: 5.80)
AT Rayudu    5* (5b 1x4)      AL Menaria    2-0-8-1
RG Sharma    1* (3b)      A Singh    2-0-10-1

5.1

Singh to Sharma, no run, Amit sends down a slower bouncer, forcing Rohit to drop his wrists and sway out of the way

5.2

Singh to Sharma, no run, loud shout for lbw after Sharma gets hit on the pad while he was caught on the crease, that was missing leg

5.3

Singh to Sharma, no run, too full and straight, Sharma flicks but can't beat Taylor at square leg

5.4

Singh to Sharma, no run, length ball just outside off, Sharma defends with a straight bat towards the off side

5.5

Singh to Sharma, 1 run, After four dots, Sharma pushes towards long-off and gets going

5.6

Singh to Rayudu, 1 run, driven down the ground towards long off once again

The fielding restrictions are over. Rajasthan have started rather well at their fortress.

End of over 6 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 31/2 (RR: 5.16)
AT Rayudu    6* (6b 1x4)      A Singh    3-0-12-1
RG Sharma    2* (8b)      AL Menaria    2-0-8-1

6.1

Menaria to Rayudu, 1 run, tossed up outside off, driven off the front foot towards long off

6.2

Menaria to Sharma, no run, nudged towards long-on but the ball is intercepted by the flying fielder from midwicket

6.3

Menaria to Sharma, 1 run, played towards deep backward square leg

6.4

Menaria to Rayudu, no run, driven back to the bowler

6.5

Menaria to Rayudu, 1 run, moves forward and taps the ball behind point for a single

6.6

Menaria to Sharma, 1 run, driven of the back foot through cover

"did any1 notice? it's maneria's 1st wicket in IPL, and as always, sachin has been generous with newcomers, giving them something to tell their grandchildren "u know beta, my 1st wicket was none other than Sachin!" says Chintan.

End of over 7 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 35/2 (RR: 5.00)
RG Sharma    4* (11b)      AL Menaria    3-0-12-1
AT Rayudu    8* (9b 1x4)      A Singh    3-0-12-1

Warne has the ball ...

7.1

Warne to Sharma, no run, tossed up on leg and middle, played on the off side

7.2

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, skiddy delivery, punched off the back foot towards cover point

7.3

Warne to Rayudu, 1 wide, Warne drifts the ball outside leg but doesn't get it to turn this time

7.3

Warne to Rayudu, 1 run, Rayudu steps out and drives the ball flat and fast towards Warne's right, he dives full length and gets fingertips on the ball, terrific effort

7.4

Warne to Sharma, no run, defended on the of side

7.5

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, driven off the back foot towards long on

7.6

Warne to Rayudu, 1 run, dabbed off the back foot towards point

End of over 8 (5 runs) Mumbai Indians 40/2 (RR: 5.00)
AT Rayudu    10* (11b 1x4)      SK Warne    1-0-5-0
RG Sharma    6* (15b)      AL Menaria    3-0-12-1

8.1

Menaria to Rayudu, 1 run, short and a bit wide outside off, the ball comes on to the bat slowly and Rayudu cuts towards deep point

8.2

Menaria to Sharma, FOUR, superbly placed, Sharma waits on his back foot, plays the ball extremely late and cuts it into the gap on the backward pint boundary

8.3

Menaria to Sharma, 1 run, this time he cuts in front of point for a single

8.4

Menaria to Rayudu, OUT, caught and bowled! Rayudu gives Menaria the charge, the bowler sees him coming and shortens his length, the ball comes on rather slowly and Rayudu ends up tapping it back to the bowler

AT Rayudu c & b Menaria 11 (13b 1x4 0x6) SR: 84.61

Andrew Symonds is the new batsman, Pollard is very close to facing his fourth ball in this IPL.

8.5

Menaria to Symonds, 1 run, nudged off his pads towards square leg

8.6

Menaria to Sharma, 1 run, tossed up outside off, pushed into the covers for a single

Strategic time-out stat: Rohit Sharma is five runs away from becoming the third-highest run-scorer in the IPL of all time. Of all time.

End of over 9 (8 runs) Mumbai Indians 48/3 (RR: 5.33)
RG Sharma    12* (18b 1x4)      AL Menaria    4-0-20-2
A Symonds    1* (1b)      SK Warne    1-0-5-0

9.1

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, tossed up on middle stump, Sharma stays in his crease and drives through cover

Here's Warne v Symonds, not as good as v Tendulkar eh? Slip in place.

9.2

Warne to Symonds, no run, Symonds strides forward to a flighted delivery and defends

9.3

Warne to Symonds, 1 run, driven towards long off for a single

9.4

Warne to Sharma, no run, driven towards Warne's right, he dives full length to field the ball

9.5

Warne to Sharma, no run, Sharma sweeps, Warne drifts the ball towards leg, slows it up and beats the batsman, the ball hits Sharma's arm and then his face, which is protected by his helmet

9.6

Warne to Sharma, OUT, caught at long-off! Sharma plays the lofted drive but doesn't place it high enough or wide enough to beat Johan Botha on the boundary, the Mumbai juggernaut is losing steam in Jaipur

RG Sharma c Botha b Warne 13 (22b 1x4 0x6) SR: 59.09

End of over 10 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 50/4 (RR: 5.00)
     SK Warne    2-0-7-1
A Symonds    2* (3b)      AL Menaria    4-0-20-2

Kieron Pollard hasn't scored a run in IPL 2011 yet, he's faced only three balls.

10.1

Watson to Symonds, no run, short ball, the batsman ducks under it

10.2

Watson to Symonds, no run, short ball, Symonds doesn't have to duck to let this pass him

10.3

Watson to Symonds, no run, another short ball, Watson is giving his former Queensland team-mate nothing, Symonds ducks

10.4

Watson to Symonds, 1 run, short of a length delivery, Symonds jumps back in his crease and plays on the off

"So Pollard will have 10 overs to play today and can prove a lot with his batting after contributing through fielding in earlier matches," says Kunal.

10.5

Watson to Pollard, no run, Watson continues pinning the batsmen to their crease with his length, Pollard defends on the back foot

10.6

Watson to Pollard, no run, Pollard tries to nudge on the leg side and fails to make proper contact, top over from Watson

End of over 11 (1 run) Mumbai Indians 51/4 (RR: 4.63)
KA Pollard    0* (2b)      SR Watson    2-0-12-0
A Symonds    3* (7b)      SK Warne    2-0-7-1

11.1

Warne to Symonds, no run, superb ball, draws Symonds forward with the flight, drifts and dips, pitches on middle and spins past the outside edge

11.2

Warne to Symonds, 2 runs, a bit too far down leg side this time, Symonds sweeps to fine leg

11.3

Warne to Symonds, 1 run, Symonds comes forward and pushes the ball through midwicket

"Forget Warne vs Sachin. I was waiting for a Pollard and Symo partnership from day 1 of IPL. Let the fireworks begin!" says Shyam.

11.4

Warne to Pollard, no run, Warne pitches the ball around off, Pollard pushes forward to defend and gets beaten by considerable turn

11.5

Warne to Pollard, 1 run, Pollard scores his first runs of the tournament by flicking the ball off his pads through square

11.6

Warne to Symonds, no run, defended back towards the bowler

End of over 12 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 55/4 (RR: 4.58)
A Symonds    6* (11b)      SK Warne    3-0-11-1
KA Pollard    1* (4b)      SR Watson    2-0-12-0

12.1

Watson to Pollard, 1 wide, Watson continues the short-ball barrage, this time it's a touch down leg side

12.1

Watson to Pollard, 1 leg bye, loud appeal for lbw, Watson's length is a touch fuller, Pollard tries to play across the line and gets hit high on the pad, the ball goes towards third man

12.2

Watson to Symonds, 1 wide, another short of a length ball down leg side

12.2

Watson to Symonds, no run, Symonds cuts the length delivery outside off stump towards point

12.3

Watson to Symonds, 1 leg bye, Symonds gets hit on the thigh by a short of a length delivery that angles into him

12.4

Watson to Pollard, 1 run

12.5

Watson to Symonds, 1 run, played off the back foot towards cover

12.6

Watson to Pollard, no run, good length and very straight, Pollard defends towards the bowler

End of over 13 (6 runs) Mumbai Indians 61/4 (RR: 4.69)
KA Pollard    2* (7b)      SR Watson    3-0-16-0
A Symonds    7* (14b)      SK Warne    3-0-11-1

Grinch has a very good question: "Why is Botha not bowling?"

13.1

Warne to Symonds, no run, played towards backward point off the front foot

13.2

Warne to Symonds, no run, defended on the leg side

13.3

Warne to Symonds, 1 run, flicked off the pads through midwicket

Oscar Wood: "Terrible captaincy, Botha had to be bowling this over for him to bowl his 4."

13.4

Warne to Pollard, no run, that's pretty terrific bowling! Warne tossed the ball up, inviting Pollard to hit him, Pollard obliged and swung hard, dragging his foot outside the crease, the ball dipped and turned a long way, beating the bat. The keeper had to collect the ball far to his right because it turned so much and by the time he took off the bails Pollard's back foot was just over the line, so close

13.5

Warne to Pollard, 1 run, Pollard goes deep into his crease and plays towards point

13.6

Warne to Symonds, no run, played watchfully off the front foot towards cover, 4-0-13-1, another terrific spell from the magnificent Warne

End of over 14 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 63/4 (RR: 4.50)
A Symonds    8* (18b)      SK Warne    4-0-13-1
KA Pollard    3* (9b)      SR Watson    3-0-16-0

Sam: "@Oscar; a little harsh calling it terrible, but I guess only time will tell. If a bowler is bowling well, then there's no reason why they shouldn't continue, even if it may mean that another bowler doesn't get his full quota."

Here's Sid Trivedi ...

14.1

Trivedi to Pollard, 1 leg bye, Pollard moves across to glance the ball but misses and gets hit on the pad

14.2

Trivedi to Symonds, 1 run, a length delivery doesn't bounce much, the line is straight and Symonds nudges of his pads behind square

14.3

Trivedi to Pollard, no run, Pollard charges, Trivedi bowls him a slower bouncer and beats the half-hearted swat

Pollard's batting like a man who hasn't had much of a bat.

14.4

Trivedi to Pollard, 1 run, Pollard swivels and hits a length ball on the first bounce to deep square leg

14.5

Trivedi to Symonds, 1 run, Symonds plays from his crease towards cover point

14.6

Trivedi to Pollard, no run, a slower ball on a good length, Pollard defends towards the bowler

End of over 15 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 67/4 (RR: 4.46)
KA Pollard    4* (13b)      SK Trivedi    1-0-3-0
A Symonds    10* (20b)      SK Warne    4-0-13-1

"I am obsessed with Warne's captaincy," confesses Sharad. Ah, so Botha's come out of hiding ...

15.1

Botha to Symonds, 1 run, played behind point for a single

"I can't believe that the most devastating pair at the crease is playing T20 like a test match. Strike rate below 55 for both of them. About time they start striking the ball," says Zubair.

15.2

Botha to Pollard, no run, played behind square

15.3

Botha to Pollard, OUT, Pollard's struggle has ended. He moved a long way across his stumps to play the offbreak towards square leg, he missed and was hit plumb in front, Botha was so sure that he was celebrating before the umpire raised the finger

KA Pollard lbw b Botha 4 (15b 0x4 0x6) SR: 26.66

15.4

Botha to Sathish, 2 runs, Sathish gets going by cutting the ball through point

15.5

Botha to Sathish, 1 run, Sathish comes forward and lunges to hit the ball in the air towards long off where if falls short of the fielder

15.6

Botha to Symonds, no run, loud appeal for lbw, Botha thinks it hit pad first perhaps. The batsman had played it to midwicket

End of over 16 (4 runs) Mumbai Indians 71/5 (RR: 4.43)
A Symonds    11* (22b)      J Botha    1-0-4-1
R Sathish    3* (2b)      SK Trivedi    1-0-3-0

16.1

Trivedi to Sathish, 1 run, Sathish backs away towards leg and plays the ball towards long leg

16.2

Trivedi to Symonds, FOUR, pulled away! Symonds steps out to the short ball and swats it powerfully into the gap between deep midwicket and long-on

16.3

Trivedi to Symonds, 1 run, another short ball, this time Symonds stays in his crease and pulls towards deep square

16.4

Trivedi to Sathish, 1 run, Sathish backs away and hits a length ball limply towards mid-off

16.5

Trivedi to Symonds, 1 run, Symonds backs away and hits the ball with a flat bat towards long off

16.6

Trivedi to Sathish, 2 runs, Sathish baks away this time and slugs the ball through midwicket

End of over 17 (10 runs) Mumbai Indians 81/5 (RR: 4.76)
R Sathish    7* (5b)      SK Trivedi    2-0-13-0
A Symonds    17* (25b 1x4)      J Botha    1-0-4-1

17.1

Botha to Symonds, OUT, bowled him! Symonds went down on one knee to slog sweep and then tried to adjust and play a half-swat half-paddle, the ball pitched around off, came slowly off the pitch, beat the bat and pegged back off stump. That kept a touch low as well

A Symonds b Botha 17 (26b 1x4 0x6) SR: 65.38

17.2

Botha to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, Harbhajan pulls the ball powerfully towards long-on

17.3

Botha to Sathish, OUT, stumped! Mumbai are sliding towards a shocking total at the fortress. Sathish charged and heaved, trying to hit the ball far too hard without getting anywhere near it. He missed and the keeper had an easy stumping to effect

R Sathish st †Yagnik b Botha 7 (6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 116.66

Warne brings on Botha late, and he takes three in nine balls. Genius?

17.4

Botha to Malinga, no run, nudged off the pads towards midwicket

17.5

Botha to Malinga, no run, pushed off the back foot towards cover

17.6

Botha to Malinga, 1 run, played through cover off the back foot

End of over 18 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 83/7 (RR: 4.61)
SL Malinga    1* (3b)      J Botha    2-0-6-3
Harbhajan Singh    1* (1b)      SK Trivedi    2-0-13-0

Can Mumbai reach 100?

18.1

Singh to Malinga, OUT, bowled him! Someone hits Malinga's stumps for a change. Malinga backed away towards leg to pull a short of a length ball. He exposed all three stumps, and Amit Singh gratefully hit the top off off and middle

SL Malinga b Singh 1 (4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

18.2

Singh to Murtaza, 1 run, driven off the front foot through extra cover

18.3

Singh to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, short ball outside off, Harbhajan slaps it to mid-off

"Teams have to learn how to negate Jaipur pitch. It is custom made for Rthan bowling attack. There is noticeable difference in effectiveness of Rthan bowling attack home and away," says Nick. This pitch has been rather slow.

18.4

Singh to Murtaza, no run, Murtaza tries to play the big drive through the off side but misses

18.5

Singh to Murtaza, no run, played from the crease towards point

18.6

Singh to Murtaza, no run, driven from the crease towards cover

End of over 19 (2 runs) Mumbai Indians 85/8 (RR: 4.47)
AG Murtaza    1* (4b)      A Singh    4-0-14-2
Harbhajan Singh    2* (2b)      J Botha    2-0-6-3

No one has made even 20 for Mumbai.

19.1

Watson to Harbhajan Singh, no run, Harbhajan tries to pull, and he does. But can't place it past midwicket

19.2

Watson to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, short ball again and Harbhajan pulls hard, but can't find the gap on the midwicket boundary

19.3

Watson to Murtaza, 1 run, Murtaza backs away to create room and drives the ball towards point

19.4

Watson to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, Harbhajan backs away and swipes again, hitting the short ball towards deep square, but Harbhajan wanted the strike so he didn't complete the first run by several yards. That is a shocker. He just about crossed half the pitch and passed his partner and then turned back for the second. Completely intentional. So he completed 2/3rd of the first run and as much of the second.

19.5

Watson to Harbhajan Singh, no run, the short ball and Harbhajan misses the hook

19.6

Watson to Harbhajan Singh, SIX, bang! Harbhajan's cynical tactic has had some reward. He finally connects with his pull and slams it over the deep midwicket

Mumbai have been restricted to their lowest IPL total. Malinga will have to blow away a few stumps to defend 94. I'll be back in ten minutes for the chase.

"Harbhajan should be docked a heavy fine and Mumbai should not get any points for the fairplay award for this match - the short run was totally intentional," says Maddy. I agree.

End of over 20 (9 runs) Mumbai Indians 94/8
Harbhajan Singh    10* (7b 1x6)      SR Watson    4-0-25-0
AG Murtaza    2* (5b)      A Singh    4-0-14-2
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Apr 29, 2011

Lasith Malinga reacts after dismissing Shane Watson, Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians, IPL 2011, Jaipur, April 29, 2011

Lasith Malinga reacts after dismissing Shane Watson

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Apr 29, 2011

Shane Watson has a word with Kieron Pollard, Rajasthan Royals v Mumbai Indians, IPL 2011, Jaipur, April 29, 2011

Shane Watson has a word with Kieron Pollard

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