South African-born Devon Conway and all-rounder Daryl Mitchell struck maiden ODI centuries as New Zealand overpowered Bangladesh by 164 runs in the final clash of the series on Friday.
Holding a 2-0 series lead, the Black Caps were ruthless with the bat as Conway starred with a highly-impressive innings.
The left-hander smashed his way to 126 off 110 deliveries before being dismissed by Mustafizur Rahman. Mitchell, however, carried on with the batting assault, reaching his first ton off the final ball of the innings, scampering through for two.
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It helped the hosts to a strong 318-6 in their 50 overs, which was always going to prove a tricky test of the Bangladesh batsmen.
In response, Matt Henry and Jimmy Neesham were clinical with the ball. Henry bagged four wickets for 27 in his ten-over spell, while Neesham claimed a brilliant 5-27 as Bangladesh was dismissed for only 154, sealing a 3-0 ODI series win for New Zealand.
The first of three T20Is begin on Sunday.