Craig Kieswetter's maiden ODI hundred laid the platform for England as they secured a series whitewash with a comfortable 45-run victory at Chittagong. Bangladesh briefly threatened in their run chase, when Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were compiling useful innings, but England chipped away and the asking rate climbed. Graeme Swann once again impressed while Tim Bresnan bagged some cheap wickets at the end to give him a deserved career-best haul of 4 for 28. At 125 for three Bangladesh's pursuit of 285 was finely poised halfway through their innings. Aftab Ahmed added 40 with Imrul Kayes and 56 with Mushfiqur Rahim after Ajmal Shahzad removed Tamim Iqbal with the third ball of the innings. Earlier, Craig Kieswetter struck his maiden one-day hundred in just his third game to lift England to an imposing 284 for 5 in the third game of the series at Chittagong.