LOL! I pity those who continue to doubt him from Manjrekar to some on this very forum. He had a blustery 66 the last time around SL and this time he had a commanding century (his first on Australian soil in one days) in a winning effort and where they were chasing a total. One is reminded of a Hindi saying and I will translate it here:
“the seated elephant is still taller than the upright horse”!