Bangladesh and Pakistan were unable to begin play on the final day of the second and final Test in Dhaka on time due to bad weather.
Bangladesh faced an uphill struggle to save the game after they were reduced to 114 for five - still trailing by 18 runs - on day four.
There can only be one winner of Cricket World's Player Of The Week award on the week that Virender Sehwag broke the record for the highest individual score in a One-Day International.
He hit 219 from 149 balls during his epic knock against the West Indies in the fourth match between the two sides in Indore on Thursday and, if he hadn't been dismissed by Kieron Pollard in the 47th over, may well have taken the record into the territory of those deemed to be unbeatable.
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Left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman picked up four wicket as Pakistan completed an innings-and-184-run win over Bangladesh in the first Test in Chittagong despite half-centuries from Nazimuddin and Shakib Al Hasan.
Debutant Nazimuddin stroked 75 and Shakib 51 before the home side were dismissed for 275 in their second innings as Aizaz Cheema and Saeed Ajmal contributed a brace of wickets apiece.
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The game was dominated by spinners with all ten Bangladesh wickets falling to slow bowlers. Mohammad Hafeez finished as the leading wicket-taker in the series thanks to three wickets and on the occasion of his 200th ODI, Shoaib Malik also took three wickets to spin Bangladesh to a defeat as they were bowled out for 119 in reply to Pakistan's
Bangladesh have recalled former captain Mohammad Ashraful to a 15-man squad for the two-Test series against Pakistan which gets underway on 9th December in Chittagong.
Ashraful, who has played 56 Tests and 169 One-Day Internationals since making his debut in 2001, was not selected for either the Test series against the West Indies or the One-Day International series against Pakistan - which Bangladesh both lost.
Pakistan wrapped up a 3-0 One-Day International series clean sweep with a 58-run win over Bangladesh in the third and final One-Day International in Chittagong.
After Pakistan were dismissed for 177 despite Umar Akmal making a patient 57, Bangladesh could only muster two partnerships of note as they were bowled out for 119 in reply.
Moving across the border into India, it was Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma who excelled for the hosts in the second ODI against the West Indies, as they recorded innings of 117 and 90 not out to help India overhaul a testing West Indies total.
For Sharma, this capped off what has been a good week for him following his crucial 72 during a tense and low-scoring first ODI, and is enough to earn him this week's award.
Nasir Hossain's maiden One-Day International century was in vain as Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 76 runs in the second match in Dhaka to move into an unassailable 2-0 series lead.
Nasir struck 100 in 134 balls before the home side closed on 186 for seven, well short of Pakistan's score of 262 for seven.
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Afridi hit an unbeaten 24 to follow up a haul of five for 23 as Bangladesh were bowled out for 91 and Pakistan were made to work hard before reaching a relatively comfortable 93 for five.
Pakistan were made to work hard but eventually another dominant performance from Shahid Afridi carried them to a 20th consecutive One-Day International victory over Bangladesh in Dhaka.
Afridi took five for 23 and then top scored with 24 not out as Pakistan closed on 93 for five in 25.4 overs after Bangladesh had managed to hit just 91 before being dismissed for their second lowest score against Pakistan on their way to a five-wicket defeat.
Pakistan continued their excellent run of recent form with a commanding 50-run win over Bangladesh in the one-off Twenty20 International in Mirpur.
In a low-scoring encounter on a pitch receptive to spin throughout, Pakistan posted 135 for seven but Bangladesh's hopes of overhauling that total were dashed and they limped to 85 for nine in reply.
Bangladesh have named a 15-man squad for the one-off Twenty20 International and three One-Day Internationals against Pakistan.
Former captain Mohammad Ashraful has been left out of the squad, vice-captain Mahmudullah returns and pace bowler Farhad Reza has been handed a recall.
Left-arm quick bowler Junaid Khan has been ruled out of Pakistan's tour of Bangladesh and will be replaced by fellow left-armer Mohammad Khalil.
Junaid, 21, picked up an abdominal problem which ruled him out of the fifth and final One-Day International against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi and misses the tour, which comprises a Twenty20 International, two Tests and three ODIs.
Fast bowler Wahab Riaz has been left out of Pakistan's Test squad to tour Bangladesh and has been replaced by Mohammad Talha.
Riaz, along with discarded wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal, was one of the players mentioned during the recent spot-fixing trial that saw Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt handed custodial sentences for their part in a spot-fixing plot.
Pakistan will tour Bangladesh from 26th November until 22nd December to play two Tests, three One-Day Internationals and a Twenty20 International.
Interim coach Mohsin Khan will continue in his post for the tour having overseen the recent Test series win over Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates.