India have lost the bilateral ODI series against Australia after their bowlers and lower-order batsmen misfired in the first four matches, but Virat Kohli is determined to end the campaign on a a high.The 27-year-old with two fifties and two successive hundreds is the leading run-scorer (373) in the series. But he said the personal milestones mattered little when the team kept losing one game after the other.Ahead of the final ODI against Australia at the Sydney Crickeyt Ground tomorrow, Kohli said it hurt when the team lost despite playing well but reiterated that his team-mates were determined to finish off well.”It hurts when you play well and (still) lose,” Kohli told the media today. “I still feel like a club cricketer and want to win every game.”Kohli has tried his best to win every game for India. He was involved in a double-century stand with Rohit Sharma in Perth, added century stands with Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan in Brisbane and Melbourne before rattling up a 212-run partnership with Dhawan in Canberra – on the last occasion, India were cruising along on a record chase of 349 but lost nine wickets for 46 runs in a space of 12 overs.India need to win the last match of the series if they have to retain their second spot in the ICC ODI rankings and Kohli said the team was motivated to put up a good show tomorrow.But it could easier said than done given India’s fragile middle-order. Barring Rohit, Dhawan, Kohli, the others have not been up to the mark. To make matters worse, the consistent Ajinkya Rahane will miss tomorrow’s match after splitting the webbing on his right hand on Wednesday.advertisement”The guys are motivated and they want to win badly. Just need a bit more experience to close games in our favour,” Kohli said.But the experience won’t come overnight. Manish Pandey, who is certain to replace Rahane, will need to grab this opportunity with both hands and show that he belongs.Kohli also lauded team director Ravi Shastri for his “massive contribution.””Ravi Shastri has helped me more as a batsman and never interfered with my captaincy,” he said.