Latham is presented with the trophy and the whole New Zealand team joins him in celebration. It wasn't their best day today as Latham said, but some of the inexperienced players will take a lot from this series.
For Bangladesh, it really is a major achievement to finally beat New Zealand away from home. It's a reflection of the strides they've been making of late, and they'll be raring to go in the Champions Trophy. That's it from this tri-nation competition.
This is Bangladesh's first win over New Zealand away from home, in their 17th attempt. A few of their supporters have invaded the field in celebration. They've been making a lot of noise all day and have been treated with a fine performance from their beloved team. Bangladesh were carrying momentum going into the break. They had stifled New Zealand to 270 from a position of 167/2 in 30 overs.
The chase couldn't have gotten off on a better note with Tamim Iqbal smashing the first ball for six. He had a big partnership with Sabbir Rahman for the second wicket, and it put Bangladesh right in charge. New Zealand kept fighting back though, never allowing the opposition to run away with the game through the middle period. However, the pair of Rahim and Mahmudullah showed composure and killed the game off comfortably in the end. This series was already decided in New Zealand's favour before we came in today. However, you can't help but wonder, especially after today's result, that things could have been so different if one of those Bangladesh v Ireland games weren't washed out.
Kiwis were 167 for 2 and looked good for a 300 plus score but then wickets in the middle overs proved detrimental to their cause. Fifties from Latham and Broom first and then from Ross has taken them to a more than respectable total of 270.
But is that enough? Only if Bangladesh held onto their chances, the target most probably could have been lesser. Last time these two teams met, a target of 258 looked pretty easy for the New Zealanders. Can the Bangladeshis make easy work of the target or will the Kiwis maintain their unbeaten record in the tourney? Join us for the answers in about 30 mins.
South Africa tour of England 2017
1st ODI: England vs South Africa Played at Headingley, Leeds 24 May 2017 - day/night match (50-over match)
Toss - South Africa, who chose to field
Umpires - RT Robinson and RJ Tucker (Australia)
TV umpire - CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
Match referee - AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire - MA Gough