Bangladesh vs. India, 3rd ODI: Highlights, Scorecard and Report

Lee WalkerUK Managing EditorJune 19, 2014

Bangladesh's captain Mushfiqur Rahim, foreground, runs back to the pavilion when play was halted due to rain during the third one-day International cricket match against India in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Thursday, June 19, 2014. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)
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The third and final one-day international between India and Bangladesh was declared as a no-result after inclement weather in Dhaka.

The tourists had made 119-9 in 34.2 overs, in a match already reduced from 50 to 40 overs, before the game was abandoned due to rain.

India won the series 2-0 after a seven-wicket victory in Sunday’s opening match before triumphing by 47 runs in a low-scoring affair on Tuesday.

India: 119 for 9 (34.2 overs)
Uthappa c Nasir Hossain b Mortaza 5 23 13
Rahane c Nasir Hossain b Al-Amin Hossain 3 28 18
Pujara lbw b Shakib 27 108 63
Rayudu c Mushfiqur Rahim b Taskin Ahmed 1 14 6
Tiwary c A Haque b Al-Amin Hossain 2 6 6
Raina c Mushfiqur Rahim b Shakib 25 47 25
Saha b Shakib 16 21 21
Binny not out 25 42 36
Patel c Mushfiqur Rahim b Taskin Ahmed 1 4 3
M Sharma lbw b Gazi 1 22 13
Yadav not out 0 2 2
Extras 0nb 10w 0b 3lb 13
Mortaza 8.0 1 25 1
Al-Amin Hossain 6.0 1 23 2
Taskin Ahmed 8.0 1 15 2
Shakib 7.2 0 27 3
Nasir Hossain 2.0 0 14 0
Gazi 2.0 0 7 1
Mahmudullah 1.0 0 5 0

The visitors were 13-2 after 8.3 overs when rain fell for the first time at the Shere Bangla National Stadium and had stuttered to 35-4 from 13.3 when the heavens opened again.

Cheteshwar Pujara (27), captain Suresh Raina (25) and Stuart Binny (25 not out) took India into three figures, despite 3-27 by Shakib Al Hasan, but it all proved to be futile.

Raina was happy with his side’s performance, according to ESPN Cricinfo, which reported his reaction from the awards ceremony.

Very happy with the side, especially Stuart Binny, who bowled really well alongside Mohit Sharma and Umesh Yadav. When we came here for Asia Cup, Taskin used to bowl to us in the nets, so really happy to see him do well. We played good cricket, especially when you know World Cup is coming up, a lot of youngsters showed their character.

Binny was named man of the series after his incredible figures of 6-4 in the second match. He said the following, per ESPN Cricinfo:

I must thank my team and Suresh for giving me this opportunity, and I took it. Wicket wasn't too good to bat on, but we came here as a young side and proved ourselves. I wanted us to get around 140 on the board so we could compete.