Ross Taylor's teammates surrounded him from all corners in a moment that is set to remain with the 37-year-old for the rest of his life.
Every member of the Bangladesh squad is seen enjoying the historic moment in the dressing room.
This is a monumental feat in more ways than one for Bangladesh cricket.
While Taylor would ideally want to score as many runs as possible in his last series, he managed 31 runs in 64 balls in the first innings which included five fours.
The other New Zealand team members, who have landed in Bangladesh from Auckland, would now be serving a minimum three-day period of in-room isolation at team hotel in Dhaka.
The Kiwi all-rounder ran the Bangladesh skipper out with his left-foot, which completely turned the match in favour of the hosts.
The fans expressed their disbelief after the soft signal was overruled despite lack of conclusive evidence.
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