Joe Root and Eoin Morgan stitched an unbeaten 186-run partnership to help England beat India by 8 wickets in the third and final ODI to clinch the 3-match ODI series 2-1.
This is the first time since November 2014 against Sri Lanka that captain Kohli has got out to spinners in three consecutive ODI innings.
Virat Kohli has already achieved two unique feats in the ongoing India's tour of England.
Cricketing fans were not too happy with the decision of dropping KL Rahul in the third and final ODI against England.
Highlights, India vs England 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli top scored with 71 runs for India in the final ODI.
India lost the 2nd ODI to England after winning the first match, leaving the series to be decided in the last game on Tuesday.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled at full throttle at the nets ahead of the third and final one-day international (ODI) against England at Headingley in Leeds on Monday.
Kuldeep Yadav has been the main tormentor of England as he has grabbed nine wickets in the two one-day internationals (ODIs) so far.
Batting coach Sanjay Bangar has said they have work to do deciding their middle-order for next year's World Cup in England.
Assistant coach Sanjay Bangar backed MS Dhoni's uncharacteristic innings during the second ODI at Lord's.
India would be looking to seal off the One-day International series vs England when the two sides meet again.
India need to recover from the big loss in the 2nd ODI to seal off the series.
India were 140 for four, needing a further 183 runs in 23 overs to reach their target of 323, when Dhoni came into bat at 'the home of cricket' on Saturday.
Malan, however did not feature in the three-match ODI series, thus far.
India were bowled out for 236 off the last ball of the match as England won by 86 runs to level the three-match series at 1-1 ahead of Tuesday's finale at Headingley.
Victory saw England remain at number one, with India second, in the International Cricket Council men's ODI standings.
After hitting his first-ever ODI boundary, Yuzvendra Chahal raised his bat and signalled towards the dressing room.
Dhoni is the fourth wicket-keeper to reach the 300-catch mark after Australia's Adam Gilchrist (417), South Africa's March Boucher (402) and Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara (383).