He was pushed against the wall and was under immense pressure to prove his worth at the international stage and Shikhar Dhawan made the most of his opportunity against Sri Lanka in the 3rd T20 in Pune. He was dropped on 1 and maybe that was the luck which the Delhi lad needed. Once Dhawan got going, there was no stopping Gabbar as he smashed his 10th T20 half-century, taking India off to a flying start. Though he failed to convert his first T20I 50 in 14 months into a big score, Dhawan certainly made a strong case for himself. With Rohit Sharma waiting to take back his top spot and KL Rahul continuing to impress with a fiery 54 on Friday night, it has certainly created a problem of plenty for the selectors.