Indian Premier League, 66th match: Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals at Mumbai, May 20, 2011
Rajasthan Royals won by 10 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
20 May 2011 - night match (20-over match)

Warne to Tendulkar, 1 run, starts with a flighted one, pushed square on the off side for one


Warne to Sharma, 2 runs, quicker one and Sharma gets his bat down in time to dig the ball out to mid-wicket, he comes back quickly and gets the two


Warne to Sharma, 2 runs, tossed up, Sharma counters the spin by coming forward and clips to that same mid-wicket area for two more


Warne to Sharma, 1 run, turned to short fine leg, SRT to face again


Warne to Tendulkar, 1 run, a little leading edge from SRT, wide of cover, nothing too dramatic in the battle between the two big guns yet


Warne to Sharma, FOUR, tossed up again and Sharma is up for it, drives through the covers and ends and expensive over for Warney. Time Out time.

Mumbai Indians 51/2   SK Warne 1-0-11-0

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, Sharma has the dancing shoes on, comes down the track and hits the ball with the turn, drives to long off


Warne to Tendulkar, no run, pushed to short cover form SRT, also wanting to counter the turn


Warne to Tendulkar, 2 runs, mishit and lucky for SRT. Deceived by the turn and looks to play to mid-wicke but ends up hitting it over Warney's head and it's in the air for a fair while before it bounced before long off.


Warne to Tendulkar, 2 runs, more confident stroke this time, steered to third man where Ross Taylor has to do some work again and cut it off, he does so comfortably


Warne to Tendulkar, no run, slower and looks like Warney is tryng the wrong 'un. SRT defends solidly


Warne to Tendulkar, 1 run, driven into the covers and SRT keeps strike

Mumbai Indians 61/2   SK Warne 2-0-17-0

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, turns away from Sharma who cuts square of the wicket


Warne to Pollard, 1 run, half tracker and Pollard wanted to smash it, he didn't get too much on it and slapped it down to long on, he had the time to do more than that


Warne to Sharma, 1 run, that's 50 for Rohit Sharma, and an innings of great maturity. Plays that out past point to bring up the half-century


Warne to Pollard, 1 run, turned to mid-wicket, sensible stuff from Pollard


Warne to Sharma, no run, comes down the wicket and gets an under edge onto the on side


Warne to Sharma, 1 run, swept to deep mid-wicket, on one knee, it's a good over from Warne, who is pushing the brakes on the MI innings himself

Mumbai Indians 99/3   SK Warne 3-0-22-0

Warne to Sharma, 1 run, dropped And he won't get a wicket with the first ball. Sharma gets under it and slog sweeps very high in the air. Menaria at long on was watching the ball all the way and didn't even get fingers to it.


Warne to Franklin, FOUR, or with the second. There's the wrong 'un and Franklin drives over the inner ring, It as in the air for a fair bit but eluded the fielder and ended up at the deep extra cover boundary


Warne to Franklin, 1 run, turned to deep square leg for one


Warne to Sharma, OUT, now he gets one and how wily is that? Warne tosses it up and it turns away, Sharma has come miles down the track as he looks to hit that over the Warne's head. He loses his bat in the process of trying and misses the ball, it's an easy stumping in the end. Warne has engineered this one for sure.

RG Sharma st †Shah b Warne 58 (47b 5x4 1x6) SR: 123.40


Warne to Harbhajan Singh, 1 run, yorker length and driven to mid on, the last ball is coming up


Warne to Franklin, 1 run, Shane Warne has bowled his last ball in competitive cricket. It's a full toss on off stump and driven to long off.

Mumbai Indians 133/5   SK Warne 4-0-30-1





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