Statistical highlights of Monday's fourth one-dayer between India and the West Indies in Antigua.
# Andre Russell (3/16) produced his best bowling figures against India -- his second best in ODIs. He had registered 4 for 49 against England at Chennai on March 17, 2011.
# Kieron Pollard (70 off 72 balls) registered his first fifty against India in ODIs. His first fifty in the Caribbean is his fourth in ODIs - his highest is 94 against Ireland at Mohali on March 11, 2011.
# Pollard's 70 is his second highest innings in ODIs.
# Pollard and Carlton Baugh put on 96 for the sixth wicket â the West Indies' second highest against India in ODIs. The highest is 118 between Nehemiah Perry and Ricardo Powell at Singapore on September 8, 1999.
# The partnership is the highest for the sixth wicket at North Sound, outstripping the 63 between Matthew Hayden and Shane Watson for Australia against West Indies on March 27, 2007.
# Amit Mishra (10-3-56-2) conceded 56 runs -- the most by him in an innings in ODIs. He had figures of 9-0-56-0 against Zimbabwe at Harare on June 3, 2010.
# Praveen Kumar (10-0-37-3) registered his best bowling performance in the Caribbean in ODIs, surpassing the 2 for 37 at Port of Spain on June 6, 2011.
# Anthony Martin (4/36) produced his career-best bowling figures in ODIs, eclipsing the 2 for 39 at Port of Spain on June 6, 2011.
# Martin's bowling figures are the best at North Sound, Antigua, outstripping Scott Styris' 4 for 43 for New Zealand against Bangladesh on April 2, 2007.
# Ravichandran Ashwin (15) registered his highest innings against the West Indies in ODIs.
# Martin received the Man of the Match award for the first time in ODIs.
# Baugh (39 off 57 balls) posted his highest innings against India.
# Ishant Sharma registered his third duck in ODIs â his first against the West Indies.
# Rohit Sharma (39) is the first batsman to aggregate 200 runs (ave. 200.00) in the present series. He was out for the first time in the series.
# Rohit has amassed 200 runs in a bilateral series for the first time.
# Rohit is the third Indian batsman to score 200 runs or more in a bilateral series against the West Indies in the Caribbean, joining Virender Sehwag (237, at an average of 47.40 in 2006) and Mohammad Kaif (205, at an average of 51.25 in 2006).
# With four dismissals, Baugh produced his best performance as a wicketkeeper in ODIs.
# The West Indies' triumph by 103 runs, is their first at North Sound, Antigua, having lost the previous five ODIs at this venue.
# India registered an unwanted feat at North Sound by losing the game by 103 runs, emulating West Indies' defeat to Australia by the same margin on March 27, 2007 -- the only two defeats by 100-plus run-margins at this venue.
# India registered their biggest defeat against the West Indies in the Caribbean. They first lost by 100 runs or more (101) at Georgetown on March 21, 1989.
# India (146) registered their second lowest total in the West Indies -- their lowest being 123 at Port of Spain on June 1, 2002.
# India's 146 off 39 overs is their lowest by any team at Antigua.
# The West Indies (249/8) posted their highest total in the Caribbean in nine matches in 2011, surpassing the 240 for nine against India at Port of Spain on June 8.
# Amit Mishra (nine wickets at an average of 17.00 in four matches) needs one more to surpass Ajit Agarkar's Indian record of most wickets (9 at an average of 18.11 in five matches in 2006) in a bilateral series against West Indies in the Caribbean.
# Manoj Tiwary has become the first Indian fielder to take three catches in an innings in ODIs against the West Indies in the Caribbean.
# Lendl Simmons (67 off 78 balls) registered his highest innings against India - his second fifty.
# Simmons has eight fifties in ODIs â his highest being 77 not out against Pakistan at Providence on May 5, 2011.
# Simmons has totalled 450 runs in just nine ODIs this year at an average of 56.25, including six fifties. His excellent average is the best by a West Indian in 2011.