Sri Lanka vs. Netherlands, World T20: Video Highlights, Scorecard, Report

Lee WalkerUK Managing EditorMarch 24, 2014

CHITTAGONG, BANGLADESH - MARCH 24:  Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka celebrates after dismissing Mudassar Bukhari of the Netherlands during the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 Group 1 match between Sri Lanka and the Netherlands at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on March 24, 2014 in Chittagong, Bangladesh.  (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)
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Sri Lanka bowled out the Netherlands for the lowest total in Twenty20 International history in a one-sided World T20 contest in Chittagong.

The Dutch were skittled out for 39 in 10.3 overs, with Angelo Mathews and Ajantha Mendis picking up three wickets apiece.

The 2009 and 2012 runners-up polished off the total in just five overs to pick up their second victory in Group 1 and considerably boosted their net run rate in the process.

Only Tom Cooper got into double figures as the Associate Nation received a harsh wake-up call at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium after their heroics against Ireland on Friday.

The Netherlands chased down 190 in 13.5 overs to eliminate the Irish but had no answer to the seam of Mathews and Nuwan Kulasekara with the new ball, as they slumped to 1-3.

Mathews picked up a third wicket before Cooper was run out for 16.

The Dutch could not deal with the unorthodox Lasith Malinga, who picked up two quick wickets, or mystery spinner Mendis. They lost their final five wickets for six runs in 13 balls.

Netherlands: 39 all out (10.3 overs)
Myburgh c Malinga b N Kulasekara 0 3
Swart c Sangakkara b Mathews 0 7 4
Barresi c Chandimal b Mathews 1 7 4
Cooper lbw b A Mendis 16 36 18
Borren lbw b Mathews 0 7 7
Cooper run out (T Perera) 8 14 10
Bukhari b Malinga 4 12 8
van Beek b Malinga 1 4 4
Seelaar c Mathews b A Mendis 3 4 3
van der Gugten not out 0 0
Jamil lbw b A Mendis 0 2
Extras 0nb 0w 0b 6lb 6
N Kulasekara2 2 0 1
Mathews4 0 16 3
Malinga2 0 5 2
A Mendis 2.3 0 12 3

Sri Lanka lost opener Kusal Perera for 14 in their reply but the result was never in doubt as Tillakaratne Dilshan and Mahela Jayawardene saw their side home without further loss to complete a nine-wicket victory.

Sri Lanka: 40 for 1 (5 overs)
K Perera c Swart b Jamil 14 10 10
Dilshan not out 12 24 11
M Jayawardene not out 11 12 10
Extras 1nb 2w 0b 0lb 3
van der Gugten3 0 22 0
Jamil2 0 18 1

Sri Lanka, who beat South Africa in their opening contest in the Super 10 phase, next face England on Thursday. Meanwhile, the Dutch meet the Proteas.