Watto pulls off the win with a fierce pull shot to midwicket boundary. His team-mates celebrate at the dug out and so does the crowd. The fireworks are on as well. The Jaipur sky is being lit up.
Jadeja is doing a tv interview: " The wicket was very good for batting. I was just thinking about singles, doubles and keep the strike rotating. There was some pressure playing in front of full house but I am very happy with the way I played. I just went in with a positive frame of mind. Warnie said, bat till the last over, just keep going."
Hang on for the post-match ceremony. We will bring you the quotes.
Yuvraj: We had a good start but lost many wickets and the score wasn't enough in the end. I thought it was competitive but Watson played well. We have to improve our batting and bowling.
Shane Warne: We were pretty disappointed the way we played Delhi. We have a good young side. I thought Munaf Patel bowled well at the start, then Shane Watson in the end. All credit to Jeremy snapes and the rest of support staff for getting the team together. We have bounced back well. We will get the likes of Graeme Smith, Younis Khan and Mascarenhas. Smith will add a lot to this team. We will produce a few upset along the way. We will do ok"
Man of the Match: Shane Watson: " It was a great team effort. Shane Warne bowled absolutely beautiful. Ravindra Jadeja really batted well and took lots of pressure off me. I am getting just used to the conditions. It's fairly different from Australia - this one was a lot closer to conditions in Australia and I loved it."
That's it from me, Sriram Veera. Thanks for joining in for the commentary. Join us tomorrow for yet another game from the IPL. Till then, Good bye and good luck.
gets his yorker right this time, jabbed to the on side, through mid-on region
similar delivery, on the middle this time and driven towards Irfan at long-on
goes for a yorker, falls just short of the target area, whipped past square leg.
keeps it full and straight, Jadeja drives down the ground for a single
Deep: "Well..No, the ball didn't go for a six but the piece of the bat was almost heading towards the umpire. It was, I think, Rayudu's bat in a match vs. Lahore ." ok. I was talking about the bat breaking but the ball going for a six.
change of pace, outside off, cut down to third man where Sreesanth fumbles and they get across for the second run
down the leg side,. yet another wide.
full pitched, on the middle, driven to long on
Nagy: "In fact none of the Big Guns(Ponting, Dhoni, Yuvaraj, Symmo, Gilly, Dada etc.,) from either India or other countries have won MOM till now"
Anil Desai taunts: "Preity Zinta crying yet ?"
goes round the stumps, another slower one but short in length and is cut to deep point
short pitched delviery and that's the one for the over
stays where he is and guides a slower one to backward point where Goel dives to field. The batsmen hesitate about the single, Goel fires but misse. Had he hit, Watson would have been stranded. He had given up
quicker and closer to the off stump, Jadeja has another swing and a miss. Watson again comes down for a chat
yet another slower one, Jadeja is too early into his waft and Sanga gathers
Jadeja tries the same thing with Irfan who like Lee, bowls a slower one and Jadeja watches it sail past the off stump
For variety, he moves outside off now and shovels a full and straight delivery over square leg
Ah! but he does it again and pulls off a boundary. This time, he moved late and not too much down leg and just opened the bat-face to guide a full delivery through backward point
deja-vu. Jadeja moved down leg again, Lee sends across a slower one and it beats the waft and goes over the stumps. Lee has a few words with Jadeja and Watson comes down to have a chat with Jadeja.
moves down leg again, Lee bowls a slower one outside off and Jadeja fails to connect
full, fast, furious, almost at the base of the off stump but Jadeja moved outside leg, crouched, got his bat down in time and what's more placed it really fine to thirdman region. Very well adjusted
length delivery on the middle stump, worked to midwicket for a single