Bangladesh pulled off their first ever win in Sri Lanka over the hosts, winning the third ODI in Pallekele by three wickets as rain reduced the target dramatically, nullifying Tillakaratne Dilshan's century.
The second ODI between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh lasted for exactly five overs before the covers came on, and they never left as persistent rain in Hambantota caused the match to be washed out.
An unbeaten century from Tillakaratne Dilshan helped Sri Lanka to an eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh on Saturday after their victory target was reduced following floodlight failure.
Career-best figures of 12 for 157 from spinner Rangana Herath carried Sri Lanka to a resounding seven-wicket win - and one-nil series triumph - over Bangladesh on day four of the second and final Test at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Tuesday.
Two late wickets for Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath put the pressure on Bangladesh in the second Test in Colombo, as they reached stumps on day three on 158 for four, holding a lead of just 52 runs.
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