After yet another Suryakumar Yadav special that guided Mumbai Indians to a comfortable win over Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore, fans and cricket pundits are asking a very important question. What else will it take for the Mumbai batsman to make it to Team India? The 30-year-old has been a consistent performer over the years for Mumbai Ranji team and has done exceedingly well for the IPL franchise as well. With an average of over 40 in domestic cricket, Yadav has over 5000 runs and 14 hundreds. In IPL, playing for Mumbai Indians, Sky has scored 512 and 424 runs in the past two seasons and has already gone to 362 in 12 matches this season. What sets this season apart is his consistency and the ability to soak up pressure despite not having Rohit Sharma in the batting line up. But with the top order looking packed in Team India's white-ball cricket, what more will it take for Yadav to impress the selectors?