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The hosts won the final match in Dunedin yesterday by 88 runs. Chasing New Zealand's imposing target of 331, Bangladesh were all out for 242.

Ross Taylor became New Zealand's highest-scoring one-day international batsman as his 69 off 81 balls took him past 8,000 runs in the 50-over format. The 34-year-old, who made his ODI debut in 2006, reached his milestone in 203 innings with a superb average of 48.34.

Southee snared a six-wicket haul. It was final New Zealand outing before the Cricket World Cup.




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