Best performances - Batsmen
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Bangladesh ended 2016 like they had begun it, with a batting collapse that was a recurrent feature in their limited-overs performances this year
The New Zealand opener suffered a hamstring strain while runnings between the wickets in the third ODI against Bangladesh.
Imrul Kayes was instrumental in getting Bangaldesh off to a good start, but followed it up by dropping Neil Broom when he was on nought. That and more in plays of the day
Kane Williamson and Neil Broom put on a 179-run stand to deflate Bangladesh and hand the hosts a 3-0 series win.
The series might be decided but New Zealand will not want to spoil their unbeaten record at home against Bangladesh, while the visitors will be desperate to prevent a clean sweep.
|1st||10||MJ Guptill||TWM Latham|
|2nd||6||MJ Guptill||KS Williamson|
|2nd||179||NT Broom||KS Williamson|
|3rd||44||KS Williamson||JDS Neesham|