Miller ends it with plenty to spare, he goes to 51 off 19 as he gets low and slices it over cover again
That is all for tonight. Good bye
Maxwell is the Man of the Match. Maxwell: "I would not say pay back [for sitting on the bench at Mumbai Indians last season]. Mumbai had a pretty good side last year. I had to bide my time. I have a plan for each ball, just try and hit different gaps. Depending on the field they set, I know where the ball is going to be. Worries me more that I was not there at the end to hit the winning runs, that was a job half finished."
Bailey: "Once again some extraordinary batting from Maxie and David Miller. Credit to Rajasthan, they bowled well at the start, hit their lengths better than we did, we fell behind, but the way Maxie and Miller batted, it was not an issue. Obviously we would not like to be chasing as many, that would be ideal."
They chased 206 against Chennai, they have chased 192 tonight. Chasing down two big totals in successive games is a big confidence boost for the side, says Maxwell. He and Miller did it in both games. If one thought Maxwell's effort was spectacular, what about Miller, who's blitzed six sixes in 19 balls.
Harshal: "Pujara may not have been as explosive as the other batsmen, but he managed to hold an end up, and go at better than a run a ball, which was enough to see them through. This struggle may actually help the guy find some form for later in the tournament, as leading a successful run-chase through from start to finish will do wonders for his confidence. But what about Mad Max and David Miller. Smashed everything everywhere. Some decidedly ordinary medium-pace bowling helped them on their way, but its one thing to talk, and another to execute and smack every poor ball away for four or six. Incredible chase."
wide low full toss, Miller places it in the air through the covers, and comes back for two more
slower length ball, Miller waits and pulls it wide of deep midwicket for a couple
in another universe, Pujara keeps on heaving and inside edging, and also keeps getting the hitters on strike
Miller's ended the game this over, this is full and wide, Miller slices it hard and flat, and it falls onto the deep point rope
third one of the over, Kulkarni tries a slower one, Miller takes it from just outside off, and swats it in front of square leg
Miller with another maximum, one more full toss from Kulkarni, Miller crashes it over extra cover
full and wide, Miller gets some bat on it, they go for the second as long off rushes forward, throw is at the keeper's end but Miller is alright
low full toss, around off, Miller steps forward and launches it over long on
Pujara tries to scoop this from way outside off stump, but he edges it into his body instead, scampers a single
full and wide, Miller reaches out and lifts it over covers, sweeper reaches it on the bounce and parries it in
Pujara cranks up and has a slog, but he can only mishit it tamely through midwicket
slower one picked from outside off and slogged on the bounce to deep midwicket
this is too wide outside off now
very low and wide full toss, slips under Miller's bat swing
flays a back of a length ball high over extra cover, hasn't timed it, and sweeper keeps it inside with a dive
out of nowhere, Pujara's connected with a scoop, he goes outside off, bends the knee and turns this length ball to the fine leg rope
Pujara steps out and heaves, manages a single to long on, what a struggle it has been
comes out, but cannot get under the ball too well, drives it to long off
flat wrong 'un, shortish too, Miller goes back and flat-bats it into the sightscreen