That brings us to the end of our live coverage from this game. Join us again tomorrow for the big clash as CSK welcome MI to Chennai. Till then it's goodbye!
Varun Aaron (Man of the Match): Everything is fine (with my leg). Got resolved in half hour, just cramps. I had a viral for the past three days and I'm just recovering from that. I felt I sweated extra and body just got dehydrated. I always believe in myself. I felt that the one over I bowled in the previous game, I didn't do too much wrong in that. I was looking forward to make the most of my opportunity when I got a chance. I'm feeling good. All I want to do is play for the country and win matches.
Jofra Archer: I just wanted to get bat on ball in the last over. I am really gutted that I have to leave the boys. Moments like these make me cherish playing for RR. I hope that we qualify for playoffs. We have a great bunch of guys here, anyone who will replace me will do a great job. I am grateful for Rajasthan for taking the chance on me as I have not played any international cricket. They took a very big risk for having me.
Dinesh Karthik (losing captain): Little disappointed. Thought we were in it to win, but it wasn't our day. I have kept saying that winning always feels good, but when you lose close games like this you feel 'wow, when are we gonna get there'. (The plan in the final over) We were looking to go full and on the stumps, obviously the first edge didn't help and then the equation got easier. Second shot was a good shot. You can't put too much pressure on the bowler. Wet ball; dew on outfield, it didn't help us. Happy with the way boys fought, not happy with the result. A lot of it will boil down to how much they trust me as a leader. It's important to keep the mood of the dressing room good. The fact that we are not able to cross the winning line is not a good feeling.
Joffra Archer finishes match in sensational style! Unexpected result must say after KKR scored 170+. Rajasthan Royals deserve hugr credit for winning this match without major contributions from Rahane, Samson, Smith and Stokes. How about gutsy young Parag as MOM?— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) April 25, 2019