Alastair Cook holds the silver trophy aloft, a proud moment for the young man. That just about concludes things from Chittagong, that is all from me, Sahil Dutta and Liam Brickhill. I think we're all ready for some Test cricket. So do join us on March 12, for the first Test.
And the winners are.... Craig Kieswetter (for fastest fifty AND man of the match, remarkable). He concedes, "it was good to get some runs". Eoin Morgan wins man of the series and with it $2000.
While we all wait to find just who is man of the series I should tell you that Liam Brickhill has sunk a cup of tea and is furiously hacking out the bulletin for today, so check that out soon. For an altogether less cerebral version of events we have a Facebook page you can peruse.
England win by 45 runs and win series 3-0 At times this series Bangladesh have shown a glimpse of the talent around and have really challenged England, but those moments have been too few. Tim Bresnan can be very happy with his effort today, collecting career-best figures of 4-28 but Craig Kieswetter will be most satisfied. He came into the game under a touch of pressure after failing in his first two innings, but today he was in total control bringing up his maiden ODI hundred.
Tim Bresnan has this one over to try and collect a five-wicket haul.
57 from 18 balls needed.