In the ongoing Border-Gavaskar Test Series between India and Australia, Team India made a tremendous comeback, defeating Australia in Melbourne. In the second Test, Australia's first innings was reduced to just 193 runs. India's bowling in both matches of the series has been excellent. Former Indian bowler Pragyan Ojha has also praised the Indian bowlers. He described R Ashwin as India's bowling captain. Sunil Gavaskar opened this rule in 1981, not because of the decision of LBW but because of the walkout During a conversation with Sports Today, Pragyan Ojha said, "Ashwin knows very well what he has to do. This is very important for bowlers when they know that they will not be draped. When this fear is removed from you, then body language also changes. He said, 'This is the main reason for Ashwin's fearless bowling. He also plays a bowling captain inside the ground. On Dhawan's dance, Pandya and Rahul made funny comments Pragyan Ojha said, 'A bowler who has taken 375 wickets is also a good strategist. Ashwin always thinks that he has to do well for his team. The former bowler said, "When you go on a tour of Australia you don't know what the pitch will be like and whether Kokobura's ball will help you or not." But Ashwin missed his old tour and is doing well. Rohit seen in rhythm before Sydney Test, batting fiercely in the nets - Video R Ashwin's performance in both the matches of the Border-Gavaskar Test Series has been very good. Australian batsmen are finding it difficult to play them. Legendary batsmen like Steve Smith are also struggling with Ashwin's ball. He has been dismissed by Ashwin twice in four innings.