Bangladesh completed their memorable overseas trip in style as makeshift opener Mushfiqur Rahim slammed 98 after Dollar Mahmud's four-wicket burst to script a five-wicket victory in the fifth and last one-day at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo.
Having confirmed the series victory in the previous game, Shakib Al Hasan's men showed no mercy to the home team in the dead rubber to make it 4-1.
After three high-scoring matches, right-arm paceman Dollar Mahmud, who flew in as a backup of injured bowler Rubel Hossain and played the match in place of Mahbubul Alam, made sure of a low-scoring affair in the last game as he got movement from the surface to tear down the Zimbabwean top order.
The 20-year old right-arm pacer's career-best bowling saw the home team bundled out for 209 runs in 46.4 overs. At one stage the home side were reduced to a precarious 69 for 6 in the 15th over but Brendan Taylor (61) and Ray Price (46) salvaged the innings.
Mushfiqur then took the spotlight as the wicketkeeper-batsman capitalized on the opportunity of opening the innings in reply to a modest target, but unfortunately missed out on his deserved maiden hundred.