The hosts started Day Four needing eight wickets to win the match with MP chasing a 408-run target
Mumbai fail to make a knockout round of Ranji Trophy for the second year in succession; coach Vinayak Samant slams poor catching and fielding in Rajkot and calls for better pre-season preparation and planning.
Mumbai, with 13 points, are languishing are at the 12th spot in the combined Group A and B table with one win, two losses and three draws
Suryakumar Yadav was leading the Mumbai team before he went to New Zealand, after which Tare led the side
Kurla boy Sarfaraz Khan becomes only the seventh Mumbai batsman to score a Ranji triple ton and helps hosts secure three points.
Mumbai have earned nine points in four games after kicking off the season with a 309-run win over Baroda.
Resuming on his overnight score of 69, Tare put on 123 runs for the eighth wicket with Shashank Attarde (58). Tare hit 19 fours and two sixes during his 253-ball knock.
Kishore got into the act first and picked up the first three wickets in the opening session
Things won't be easy for Aditya Tare and his men in the match at the M A Chidambaram stadium here, where the track is expected to be on the slower side
Railways rookie pacer T Pradeep makes most of overcast conditions to claim 6-37 to rattle Suryakumar Yadav's star-studded team as 41-time champions concede first innings lead.
Aditya Tare had a new partner in Prithvi Shaw, who replaced the in-form Jay Bista (256 runs in six games)
Openers Aditya Tare, Jay Bista smash half centuries as hosts beat Madhya Pradesh by commanding nine wickets to register third consecutive win at Wankhede Stadium
Mumbai posted a mammoth 362-4 in their 50 overs, thanks to openers Yashasvi Jaiswal (113) and Aditya Tare (86)
Mumbai's experienced opener Aditya Tare slammed 90 off 107 balls and remained the top-scorer
Mumbai veteran Aditya Tare assures aggressive approach against Saurashtra in must-win Ranji Trophy tie beginning at Wankhede Stadium today
Maharashtra, who had taken a first innings lead of 79, were bundled out for 254 in their second essay with skipper Rahul Tripathi top scoring with 76 at the MCA Stadium here
Earlier in the day, Mumbai's bowlers had a disappointing start as they had to wait for 106 minutes and 19.4 overs to get Gujarat's remaining two wickets
Nagwaswalla, who is playing his third first-class game, made it worse for Mumbai by dismissing young Armaan Jaffer and experienced Aditya Tare for ducks.
All-rounder Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Mayank Markande, Aditya Tare, Ishan Kisan, Rahul Chahar, Anukul Roy and Suryakumar Yadav have been retained by the three-time champions
Relieved from captaincy, Tare slams ton after three Ranji seasons as Mumbai draw with Railways