NORTH SOUND (AFP) - West Indies inspired by a career-best spell from leg-spinner Anthony Martin, completed a 103-run victory to secure a consolation victory in the fourth One-day International against World champions India on Monday. Rohit Sharma led the way with 39, and was one of a handful of Indian batsmen that got starts without carrying on, as Martin captured four for 36 from 10 overs, and West Indies successfully defended a target of 250. Martin, later named Man-of-the-Match, rounded off the victory, when he had Ishant Sharma stumped for a duck with his final delivery of the match at the Vivian Richards Cricket Ground. The victory was a consolation for West Indies, after India took an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series with a victory two days ago at the same venue. The final match of the series will be played on Thursday at Sabina Park in the Jamaica capital of Kingston. "We didn't bat very well, but all credit must go to the West Indies because they played really well in this game," said India captain Suresh Raina. "We are always disappointed when we are on the losing side, but West Indies batted really well, and they bowled really well - and we did not do things well in this game. Our shot selection was really wrong. We lost our shape, and we did not have any partnerships. "Rohit was there playing well again, but Yusuf (Pathan) and I got out at a crucial time, but credit must go to the West Indies for the way they played." India's bowlers had done their best to maintain the status quo, but Kieron Pollard top scored with 70 and Lendl Simmons supported with 67, helping West Indies reach 249 for eight. Praveen Kumar was the most successful Indian bowler with three for 37 from 10 overs, and leg-spinner Amit Mishra captured two for 56 from 10 overs. The World champions however, were left to chase their highest target of the series, and started brightly. But they kept losing wickets at inopportune times, allowing the West Indies bowlers to dictate terms. Manoj Tiwary was caught behind for two in the second over off West Indies captain Darren Sammy, who held a stupendous return catch in the 10th over. SCOREBOARD WEST INDIES INNINGS: L Simmons run out 67 D Hyatt c Tiwary b I Sharma 1 R Sarwan c Tiwary b Kumar 1 D Bravo c Tiwary b Mishra 15 M Samuels lbw b Mishra 8 K Pollard c I Sharma b Ashwin 70 C Baugh c Kohli b Kumar 39 A Russell c Kohli b Kumar 25 D Sammy not out 1 K Roach not out 4 EXTRAS: (lb7, w8, nb3) 18 TOTAL: (8 wkts; 50 overs) 249 FOW: 1-3; 2-12; 3-65; 4-89; 5-103; 6-199; 7-240; 8-240 BOWLING: Kumar 10-3-37-3 (w1); I. Sharma 10-0-60-1 (nb3, w5); Ashwin 10-1-39-1; Mishra 10-3-56-2 (w1); Pathan 6-0-24-0 (w1); Tiwary 4-0-26-0 INDIA INNINGS: P Patel c and b Sammy 26 M Tiwary c Baugh b Sammy 2 V Kohli st Baugh b Martin 22 S Badrinath c Baugh b Russell 12 R Sharma c Bravo b Martin 39 S Raina c Pollard b Martin 10 Y Pathan c Roach b Simmons 1 R Ashwin c Samuels b Russell 15 P Kumar c Sammy b Russell 6 A Mishra not out 5 I Sharma st Baugh b Martin 0 EXTRAS: (b4, lb2, w2) 8 TOTAL: (all out; 39 overs) 146 FOW: 1-20 (Tiwary, 5.4 overs); 2-41 (Patel, 9.2); 3-62 (Badrinath, 16.3); 4-82 (Kohli, 20.6); 5-111 (Raina, 26.6); 6-114 (Pathan, 27.4); 7-124 (R. Sharma, 30.6); 8-138 (Kumar, 35.1); 9-145 (Ashwin, 37.5)