New Zealand secured another series whitewash over Bangladesh by winning the final T20I in Auckland on Thursday by 65 runs in a 10-overs-a-side encounter.
Heavy rain delayed the start of play, which reduced the game to half the overs for each team as the Black Caps batted first.
Opener Finn Allen played the aggressive role from the start and managed to smash a couple of big blows on his way to a half-century.
He eventually fell for 71 off only 29 deliveries as the hosts posted a mammoth 141-4 in their 10 overs.
In reply, the New Zealand bowlers had Bangladesh in trouble as a poor batting effort resulted in a massive collapse.
Spinner Todd Astle claimed 4-13, while Tim Southee took 3-15 to dismiss Bangladesh for only 76, wrapping up a 3-0 T20I series win for New Zealand.