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The Black Caps beat Bangladesh to claim Series Whitewash.

Tim Southee snared a six-wicket haul {and|also} Ross Taylor tore up the record books as New Zealand dominated Bangladesh to {seal|seal off} a 3-0 series whitewash with an 88-run victory in the final one-day international in Dunedin on Wednesday.

Sabbir Rahman’s gallant maiden ODI century saved Bangladesh from whole humilation after it lost three wickets with just two runs on the board hunting New Zealand’ prominent target of 331.

New Zealand made 330 for six after losing the toss and being sent in to bat, with half-centuries from Henry Nicholls, Tom Latham and Ross Taylor, who became New Zealand’s highest ODI run-scorer with 8,026 career runs.

Taylor Tops New Zealand’s all-time leading run-scorer in ODIs.The 34-year-old, who made his ODI debut in 2006, reached his milestone in 203 innings with a superb average of 48.34.

“I definitely would have taken that when I played my first match donkey’s years ago,” Taylor said.

“If you play long enough I guess these records come along but it’s nice to set the bar for the next guy.

“I’m still enjoying myself and hopefully I’ve still got a few years in me.”

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