7pm That's all from us at Dunedin. Hope you enjoyed our coverage of the ODI series. See you soon for the Test series. Till then, on behalf of Ankur Dhawan and Ranjith P, this is Sreshth Shah signing off.
6.50pm We should have the captains' reactions and the trophy presentation now.
Mashrafe, the losing captain: "Boys are disappointed, but Sabbir's ton was a positive. Today's match was alright for 35 overs (in NZ's innings) but after Neesham's knock it was tough."
Martin Guptill, the Man of the Series: "Nice to come back after an injury break. Been working on a couple of balance things. Will do the same before going into the Plunket Shield."
Tim Southee, the Man of the Match: "It was nice, been working on a few things - nice to do it in the middle and contribute to a team win. Just working on to get a few things right. The one-day game has been a bit off, so I've been hitting the deck harder and getting some swing. There's some great competition among the fast bowlers, we are good mates and are pushing each other. Healthy competition. The batting display today was great. Guys who didn't bat a lot in this series got a go today. Looking forward to the Tests, always good to put on the whites."
Bpagur: "BD was consistent, in both good (230+ runs) and bad (failed top order) terms. I hope tigers would go back to the whiteboard and take the lesson learned from this series. We missed Saki bal hasan, hope he will be back soon. Thank you cricinfo."
6.45pm Sabbir the last man to go, and he should walk back proud. But only if he had some support, this game could've gone a completely different way. Southee the star with the ball, while three half-centuries from New Zealand in the first innings will keep them happy going into the World Cup.
Saad: "So our capacity is 250 in a bouncy track against swing bowling and probably we will play in similar tracks in the World Cup against many of the similar attacks. "
Naim Noor Arnob: "6 for Southee means he will start before Henry in the World Cup, right?" -- he's definitely made his case
Vinod Rajpal: "@Sreshth Shah; are u following Oman vs Scotland ODI ?" -- yep, Oman are 32 for no loss already, eight runs better than their show last evening
safwan: "The partnerships required at the beginning came at the end. BD really need to focus. Hope to see some positive cricket in World Cup"
Gaurav Varyani: "Sixer Southee has taken six...."
Rafi Ullah: "Personal achievement also counts for team, Shabbir have taken the total to a respectable position & reduced margin of defeat"
That was Southee's first five-wicket haul since his five-for against England at World Cup 2015
Faizan Khan: "Why all the impetus is always on Tamim or Shakib to score. younger players have to raise their game standard."
James: "Just a 4 off every ball to win..."
Baundule: "Don't like the extravagant celebration of Shabbir after the century. It shows the priority is his personal achievement, not the team's win."
Hamza Shah: "What if tamim had scored today, BD could have won this match easily due to superb century of sabir" -- Or Liton, Soumya or Mushfiqur
Imam: "While Saifuddin is improving very fast and seems to have more resolve than some of his other colleagues, he is not good enough to be in the XI. He is a good no. 8 batsman and a very good no. 6 bowler. Bits and pieces allrounders do not work any more. However, hopefully he will continue to improve. "
CJ: "@Graeme. That is the reason NZ need a wicket taking spinner in the middle overs, be it Sodhi or Astle. We can't do it all with the new ball."
Doug: "@Graeme Ross Nee how quickly leople forget India being demolished for 92. Both sides currently using this as practice I think."