Lasith Malinga, with one for 28, has taken his wickets tally to 16 at 15.93 runs apiece. He is now the most successful bowler in the second edition of the IPL, eclipsing RP Singh's tally of 16 at 16.56 apiece.
Jean-Paul Duminy is the first Mumbai batsman to make 300 runs in the second edition of the IPL - 301 at an average of 43.00, including four fifties.
Sachin Tendulkar soon overtook Duminy's tally and he is now the leading run-scorer for Mumbai Indians - 307 at an average of 34.11, including two fifties in eleven matches.
Quiney (51 off 40 balls) posted his first fifty in the IPL, eclipsing the 28 off 31 balls against Chennai at Centurion Park.
Ravi Jadeja (42 off 32 balls) has recorded his best score in the IPL.
Quiney and Ravi Jadeja were associated in a third-wicket stand of 61, which is Rajasthan Royals' highest against Mumbai Indians, bettering the 53 between Swapnil Asnodkar and Shane Watson at Mumbai last year.
Sanath Jayasuriya (2/3) has registered his best bowling figures in the second edition of the IPL.
Shane Warne, with three for 24, has taken his tally of wickets in the IPL to 33 at an average of 21.72.
Warne's tally is the best by any bowler in the IPL, eclipsing Rudra Pratap Singh's tally of 31 at 22.80 runs apiece.
Warne has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the first time in the IPL.
Abhishek Nayar (35 off 18 balls) has posted his highest score in the second edition of the IPL.
Rajasthan Royals have recorded the second narrowest victory margin in the IPL. Kings XI Mohali had defeated Mumbai Indians by one run at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai last year.
Rajasthan Royals have posted their sixth victory in 12 games in the second edition of the IPL.
Mumbai Indians have registered their sixth defeat in 12 games.Statistical Highlights of the IPL match between Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians on Thursday.