Mumbai: Disappointed after Rajasthan Royals lost the last available IPL play-off berth to title-holders Mumbai Indians on net run-rate, team mentor Rahul Dravid said his bowlers failed to execute the plans well in the exhilarating contest here. It was pretty disappointing to finish like this. But credit to them. They batted really well. To chase 190 in 14.3 overs, in fact make 195 in 14.3 overs, is a phenomenal achievement. It was a good wicket but we did not execute our plans very well. We did not bowl our areas as well as we should have, said the former India skipper at the post-game media conference at the Wankhede Stadium. According to Dravid, there was a period of less than two overs when the game swung in favour of Mumbai who won by five wickets in 14.4 overs with Aditya Tare dispatching James Faulkner for a six over square leg.