4th T20I between India and the West Indies highlights: After defeating the West Indies by 59 runs, India under Rohit Sharma secures a second series victory.

India beat West Indies by 59 runs to take 3-1 lead in five-match series . Rohit Sharma retains unbeaten record as captain in bilateral T20Is .

LAUDERHILL, FLORIDA (FLORIDA) — Rohit Sharma retained his unbeaten record as captain in bilateral T20Is after India made short work of West Indies by 59 runs to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series here on Saturday.The NRIs in and around Florida had a fantastic weekend, with India first scoring 191 for 5 on good knocks from Rishabh Pant (44 off 31 balls) and skipper Rohit Sharma (33 off 16 balls), as well as a cameo from Axar Patel (20 not out of 8 balls).On a ground where the highest successful run-chase by any team is 98, a target of 192 was simply out of the question, and the West Indies innings folded for a lowly 132 in 19.1 overs.As It CameAround Brandon King (13) and Kyle Mayers (14) started the chase on a promising note, hitting Bhuvneshwar Kumar for three boundaries in the first round, things went downhill from there.

The delivery that caught King off guard made it a seamless return catch.Devon Thomas (1), a one-drop batter, wanted a move-on, but Aveshs fuller delivery didnt hit the ground, and Deepak Hooda took the resultant skier and completed one of his three catch.Nicholas Pooran (24 off 8 balls) looked in ominous shape with three monstrous sixes before Mayers sold him a dummy, retreating back on a non-existent single, and being trapped mid-pitch when Pant whipped the bail.Despite getting a bit of pasting from Axar Patel (248 in 4 overs), he dismissed Mayers and Rovman Powell (24 off 16 balls), both holing out in the middle.

Ravi Bishnoi also exploited the opportunity with 2 for 27 in 4 overs.Pant and skipper Rohit were a big miss out on big knocks but made crucial contributions to push India to 191 for 5.Rohit and Pant were the key scorers for the team, while Axar delivered some sleight blows towards the end to finish unbeaten on 20 off 8 balls.Sanju Samson was more subdued during his 30 not out off 23 balls, struggling to hit the boundaries that kept India from hitting 200 marks.

In T20Is, a West Indies bowler cost the most money in the region.Rohits new style of powerplay may not have produced many big knocks, but he is certainly leading with positive intention upfront.In an over, McCoy hit three sixes and 25 runs.Rohit had a few maximums among those three, a pull over deep midwicket and a flat one over long-off.

Rohits 33, on a stand of 53, in less than five overs, set the tone and provided other batters with enough time and energy to go after the bowling.The ancient practice of keeping wickets and then bowling has vanished from Indian T20 teams.Pant and Deepak Hooda (21 off 19 balls) were close to six overs to make a 47-run stand, which served as the launch pad for Axar's final flourish.