Statistical highlights of the third one-dayer between India and the West Indies played in Antigua.
# Amit Mishra has taken seven wickets at an average of 13.85 in three games -- his career-best performance in an ODI series.
# Mishra's achievement is the best by an Indian spinner in a bilateral series against West Indies in the Caribbean.
# For the first time against West Indies in the Caribbean, India have won three ODIs in a bilateral series.
# The two countries have played seven bilateral series in the West Indies -- India have won three and lost four.
# With a defeat to India, West Indies have lost all five ODIs at North Sound, Antigua.
# Since winning against Sri Lanka by 2-0 in April 2008, West Indies have not won an ODI series against a Test-playing country.
# Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh were involved in a stand of 88 for the seventh wicket -- an Indian record against West Indies, surpassing the 78 between Sachin Tendulkar and Harbhajan Singh at Kuala Lumpur on September 20, 2006.
# Harbhajan (41) has recorded his highest innings against West Indies in ODIs, bettering the 37 at Kuala Lumpur on September 20, 2006.
# Praveen Kumar (25 not out) recorded his best innings on foreign soil in ODIs.
# The unbroken eighth wicket partnership of 48 between Rohit and Praveen is India's highest against West Indies in the Caribbean.
# Parthiv Patel (46 + 4 dismissals) became the first Indian wicketkeeper to record the double of 40-plus runs and four dismissals in the same match twice in ODIs.
# Patel had first achieved the distinction in the second ODI against the West Indies at Port of Spain on June 8, 2011.
# Virat Kohli's fourth duck in ODIs is his first against West Indies.
# Lendl Simmons (45 off 68 balls) has managed 104 (ave.34.66) runs in three matches.
# Ramnaresh Sarwan (140 at an average of 46.66) is the highest run-scorer for the West Indies in the present series.
# Andre Russell posted his highest innings in international cricket -- his maiden fifty, obliterating the 49 against England at Chennai on March 17, 2011.
# Russell's knock is the highest individual innings by a number nine batsman in ODIs, outstripping the 69 by Jai Prakash Yadav for India against New Zealand at Bulawayo on August 26, 2005.
# India, for the first time, have won two consecutive series against West Indies in the Caribbean -- they had beaten West Indies by 2-1 in 2009.
# Rohit Sharma's match-winning knock of 86 not out is his highest against West Indies in ODIs.
# Rohit's second half-century against West Indies is his seventh in ODIs. He is the top run-getter in the series - 161, including two fifties. He has not been dismissed in the current series.
# With 10 dismissals (6 catches + 4 stumpings) in the series so far, Parthiv Patel has set an Indian record in an ODI series against West Indies.
# Parthiv is the first Indian wicketkeeper to effect four dismissals in an innings twice against West Indies. He has emulated his career-best performance as a wicketkeeper.
# Patel has joined Ajay Ratra, Nayan Mongia and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in effecting 10 dismissals in a bilateral series for India.
# Russell's unbeaten innings of 92 not out off 64 balls is the highest by a number nine batsman for the West Indies in ODIs, surpassing Michael Holding's 64 off 39 balls against Australia at Perth on February 5, 1984.
# Russell's knock is the highest by a number nine batsman against India in ODIs, beating Andrew Hall's 56 not out for South Africa at Cape Town on November 26, 2006.
# Russell, for the first time in ODIs, has received the Man of the Match award.
# Carlton Baugh (36) recorded his highest innings against India.
# Baugh and Russell were involved in a stand of 78 for the eighth wicket -- West Indies' highest against India in West Indies in ODIs. The stand is the highest eighth wicket partnership by a West Indian pair in the Caribbean.
# Russell and Roach put on a 51-run stand (unbroken) for the ninth wicket -- West Indies' highest against India.
# The partnership is the highest by a West Indian pair for the ninth wicket in the West Indies.