The second one-day international between hosts New Zealand and Pakistan was abandoned on Wednesday due to heavy rain in Queenstown.
Only 26 balls were bowled after New Zealand won the toss and put Pakistan in to bat, with the tourists at 31 without loss when poor weather forced the players back to the pavilion.
Ahmed Shehzad was on 25 and Mohammad Hafeez on four, with extras accounting for two runs.
New Zealand lead the series, which has now been reduced to five matches, 1-0 after a nine-wicket victory in Wellington on Saturday.
The next match is scheduled for Saturday in Christchurch.
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