The two-Test series between Bangladesh and New Zealand ended in a draw after the fifth day of play in the second and final match, in Mirpur, was abandoned due to rain on Friday.
Bangladesh ended the fourth day leading by 114 runs with seven second innings wickets remaining, and left-handers Mominul Haque (126), who scored his second century of the series on Thursday, and Shakib Al Hasan (32) at the crease.
However, incessant rain deprived the teams of any action on the final day, but Mominul did walk away with the honour of being named both man of the match and series.
The first match of the series in Chittagong was also drawn.
The teams next play a three-match One-Day International series, starting Tuesday, and a one-off Twenty20.
Bangladesh (1st innings): 282
New Zealand (1st innings): 437
Bangladesh (2nd innings): (overnight 269-3)
Tamim Iqbal c Taylor b Williamson 70
Anamul Haque c Fulton b Wagner 22
Marshall Ayub c Taylor b Wagner 9
Mominul Haque not out 126
Shakib Al Hasan not out 32
Extras: (b8, lb1, nb1) 10
Total: (for three wickets; 89 overs) 269
Fall of wickets: 1-39, 2-55, 3-212.
Bowling: Boult 16-2-62-0, Bracewell 14-2-47-0, Wagner 18-4-52-2, Sodhi 14-2-37-0, Anderson 9-2-18-0, Williamson 18-4-44-1.
Image: Mominul Haque celebrates after getting to his hundred on Thursday.
Photograph: Bangladesh Cricket Board