The third and final ODI between India and Bangladesh on Thursday was abandoned after frequent rains marred play on a day the visitors put up another shoddy batting display.
Having won the series 2-0, a third stoppage due to heavy downpour during the Indian innings ensured there was no chance of a clean sweep for the Men in Blue.
Weather had played spoilsport in all the matches but today it became the decisive factor as even an efficient drainage system couldn't ensure the start of the proceedings after India were reeling at 119 for nine in 34.2 overs with the match being reduced to 40 overs a side after a second stoppage.
While the play had started after the earlier rain delays, a third spell of shower was enough for the umpires to call off the match.
While the Indians scored marginally better with the willow from their 105 in the last game, it was another pathetic batting display where their technique against pace and swing along with the temperament to fight it out came under scanner.
Cheteshwar Pujara (27) again turned out to be a failure in the shorter format while Ambati Rayudu looked ill at ease against the pace and movement.
It was another battle of attrition for the Indian top-order which was found wanting in the adverse conditions.
Uthappa (5) went for an expansive drive and was caught by Nasir Hossain off Mashrafe Mortaza's away going fuller delivery.
Rahane (3) closed his bat face to a delivery from Al-Amin which reared up awkwardly taking a leading edge to Nasir at the slip.
Rayudu's (1) questionable technique against pace was again exposed as rookie Taskin Ahmed got one to nip back sharply after taking off from short of good length. Rayudu could only glove that delivery to Mushfiqur Rahim behind the stumps as India were left tottering at 13 for three.