Aditya Tare IPL 2018 MI: Wiki, Biography, Age, Sex, Stats, Performance, Team
Aditya Tare is an Indian cricketer. He is a wicketkeeper-batsman who plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League and for Mumbai in the domestic cricket. He made his first-class debut in 2009 and domestic T20 debut on 19 April 2010 against Kolkata Knight Riders.
With 41 dismissals in the last Ranji season, he has made a record for most dismissals by the wicketkeeper. He was also the second highest run-getter for the team with 842 runs. These runs include a double century and three half-centuries. He has also received the award of “Best Mumbai Ranji cricketer” for 2012-13.
He has played 5 matches for Mumbai Indians and contributed a total of 123 runs including a half-century against Rajasthan Royals. He also received the Man of the Match award for the performance. In February 2017 he was bought by Delhi Daredevils team for the 2017 Indian Premier League. He was bought at the price of 25 lakhs.
In January 2018 he was again bought by Mumbai Indian for the VIVO IPL 2018 Edition. He caught the franchises eyes when he led the Indian Oil Corporation side during the All India 56th Sahara Homes Mahal Championship.
Aditya Tare became famous when he hit a six against Rajasthan Royals which helped Mumbai Indians make it to the last four from Nowhere.
Full Name – Aditya Prakash Tare
Born – November 7, 1987, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Age – 30 years 95 days
Sex – Male
Major teams – Delhi Daredevils, India A, Indian Oil Corporation XI, Mumbai Cricket Association, President’s XI, Mumbai Indians, Mumbai Under-19s, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Playing role – Wicketkeeper
Batting style – Right-hand bat
Bowling style – NA
Aditya Tare Photos
|First-class debut||Mumbai v Orissa at Mumbai (BS), Nov 10-13, 2009|
|Last first-class||Mumbai v Karnataka at Nagpur, Dec 7-10, 2017|
|List A debut||Baroda v Mumbai at Poona, Feb 27, 2008|
|Last List A||Rajasthan v Mumbai at Chennai, Feb 9, 2018|
|T20s debut||Baroda v Mumbai at Poona, Oct 20, 2009|
|Last T20s||Karnataka v Mumbai at Kolkata, Jan 25, 2018|
Batting And Fielding Averages
|ODIs||First class||List A||T20s|
Facts You Should Know About Aditya Tare
An explosive start by Mike Hussey and Lendl Simmons, followed by a heroic 94 run innings by innings by Corey Anderson were taking the match towards a nail-biting end. In the third ball of the 14th over, where Mumbai needed two runs to qualify, Ambati Rayadu pushed the ball to the covers. An overthrow after a single showed that MI was almost there but a sudden run out came through the RR. RR qualify for the playoffs appeared on the screen but the drama was not over yet.
The umpires informed the respective captains that MI could still qualify if they manage to hit a boundary off the fourth ball. A nervous Aditya Tare took the crease and Anderson, at the non-striker’s end could do nothing but hope.
Tare banged a six on the James Faulkner full toss ball on the leg side and MI Qualified for the playoffs.