Winning farewell by Rajasthan Royals to shane warne

Shane Warne finished his career by helping the Rajasthan Royals to a TEN-wicket thrashing of Sachin Tendulkar’s Mumbai Indians. Warne took one for 30 from his four overs, with Rohit Sharma the leg-spinner’s final victim, as Rajasthan made 133 for five in Mumbai. The home side responded by chasing down the target with 41 balls remaining. Warne’s former Hampshire teammate Shane Watson led the chase, hitting an unbeaten 89 from just 47 balls, while India’s Rahul Dravid made 43 not out (32 balls). After the game, Warne told his 448,000-plus Twitter followers: "Thankyou everybody for all your great and sweet messages - to my teamates thankyou for your kind words tonight will miss you all !!!!!!"
The night that was meant to belong to spin legend Shane Warne eventually folded up as a live tutorial on how to play Lasith Malinga. The teacher was Shane Watson, who helped Royals crush Mumbai Indians The night that was meant to belong to Shane Warne eventually folded up as a live tutorial on how to play Lasith Malinga. The teacher was Shane Watson. Chasing 134 on what appeared a slow surface, especially when Johan Botha landed it right to cause dust to puff out, Watson decimated Malinga and the rest of Mumbai's attack, taking the Royals home with 42 balls to spare.