Harbhajan Singh was the most economical bowler for Mumbai Indians finishing with figures of 4-0-26-1.
Shane Watson got Rajasthan off to a good start scoring 31 off 25 balls and compiling an opening 62-run stand with Ajinkya Rahane before getting out to Pollard. (BCCI Images)
Being promoted up the order, Dishanth Yagnik scored a quickfire 34 off 24 balls compiling 53-run stand with Ajinkya Rahane before getting out. (BCCI Images)
Ajinkya Rahane scored 68 off 54 balls propelling Rajasthan to a good total of 179 for 3. He was supported by Brad Hodge (27*) in the slog overs.
Chasing a big total of 180 to win, Mumbai were off to a worse start possible with off-spinner Ajit Chandila scalping the two big wickets of Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting.
Dinesh Karthik played a handy knock of 30 but was not able to break the shackles and was holed out at midwicket.
Rajasthan bowlers had a good day in the field. Stuart Binny picked up two wickets including the prized scalp of Kieron Pollard. He finished with figures of 2 for 14 in 3 overs.
Chasing 180, a hapless Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 92 to lose by 87 runs in Jaipur as Rajasthan moved to top of the points table.