Mumbai: A dominant India thrashed the West Indies by 224 runs in the fourth ODI to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on Monday.
Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu struck centuries for India while young paceman Khaleel Ahmed took three wickets in India's massive win.
Skipper Jason Holder top-scored for the visitors with his unbeaten 54-run knock.
Khaleel Ahmed and Kuldeep Yadav were the pick among the bowlers for India. While Khaleel finished with 3/13 in his five overs, Kuldeep also accounted for three Windies wicket, giving away 42 runs.
Earlier, Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu struck belligerent centuries to guide India to a mammoth 377 for five against the West Indies in the penultimate ODI of the five-match series here on Monday.
Rohit and Rayudu took centre stage after a rare failure by skipper Virat Kohli to power India to the imposing total.
Rohit's (162) 21st career century came off 137 balls with the help of 20 fours and four hits over the fence while Rayudu decorated his 100-run knock with eight boundaries and four sixes.
Opting to bat after winning the toss, India made a quick start with Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan (38) adding a run-a-ball 71 for the opening stand before the latter pulled a Keemo Paul short delivery straight to Kieran Powell at the midwicket boundary.
Kohli, who hit three consecutive tons before Monday's match, played aggressively for his 16 before edging a Kemar Roach delivery to Shai Hope behind the stumps with India reduced to 101 for two.
Thereafter, Rohit and Rayudu held fort and continued to play aggressive brand of cricket.
India had won the Guwahati ODI, tied the Vizag match and lost the Pune contest. The final match will be played Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.