Pakistan defeated India by a wide margin -- 159 runs -- in their one-day cricket match on Sunday in New Delhi, giving Pakistan a 4-2 victory in the final round of the six-match series. The visitors rolled up a score of 303 (runs) for eight (wickets) after electing to bat first, and then held India to just 144 runs (all out). As the result became clear in the 23rd over, unhappy Indian fans hurled watr bottles and other debris onto the pitch. Pakistan's team walked off, but riot police moved into the stands to restore order, and play resumed after a 15-minute interruption. Pakistan's victory, the eighth in the last 10 games against India, capped the national team's first test tour across the border in six years. The series was seen as a sign of thawing relations between the two cricket-mad nations. Shoaib Malik was the top Pakistani scorer with 72 runs, and his captain Inzamam-ul Haq had 68. India's opening batters both were gone during the first 10 overs -- Virender Sehwag with 21 runs and Sachin Tendulkar with 9.