Pakistan retained the No. 1 ranking in the Twenty20 format after rain washed out the third and final match of the series against Bangladesh.
Rain arrived an hour before the scheduled toss at 1.30 p.m. local time (0830 GMT) before umpires called off the play at 3.55 p.m. local time.
Pakistan clinched the series 2-0 after beating Bangladesh by five wickets and nine wickets, respectively.
Bangladesh’s batsmen struggled in the absence of banned Shakib Al Hasan as well as wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim, who opted out of the tour because of security concerns.
The top ranking – which Pakistan have held for two years – was under threat as they lost eight of their nine T20s in 2019.
But recalled veteran batsmen Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez proved the difference against Bangladesh.
Bangladesh will return to Pakistan next month for two Test matches as part of the ICC World Test Championship.
Both sides also wore the Black Lives Matter logo on their collars.
Persistent rain meant only 17 overs were completed before an early tea break.
Both teams took a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement before play got under way.
Two minutes’ silence were also observed.
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England displayed names of key workers, including nurse practitioner Tom Field, on their training shirts to honour their work in the Covid-19 crisis.
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