So a big win for Bangladesh and the fans certainly enjoyed it.
Bangladesh beat Netherlands by eight runs
Bangladesh 153-7 (20 overs): Tamim 83, Van der Gugten 3-21
Netherlands 145-7 (20 overs): Myburgh 29, Borren 29, Mortaza 4-0-14-1
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Mudassar Bukhari is run out going for a second run, and the Dutch need 14 from four balls to win. Bangladesh's to lose from here?
Mudassar Bukhari smashes it for six. He enjoyed that one - the Dutch need 23 from nine balls.
Tom Cooper lobs the reverse paddle to Arafat Sunny at short third man and he makes an easy catch. The Dutch need 33 from 11 balls.
Mashrafe Mortaza's delivery to Tom Cooper is edged right into the stumps at pace but crucially, the bails are not dislodged in a bizarre moment.
Nasir Hossain gets under the high ball but drops a sitter - then two balls later Peter Borren falls to Shakib Al Hasan for 29. No mistake this time from Nasir. 42 needed from 24 balls.
Tom Cooper, having replaced brother Ben at the crease, finds the gap well for four. Just like that.
The Dutch are 87-3 from 13.3 overs chasing 154 to win.
That's Shakib Al Hasan's first wicket as Ben Cooper misses with an attempted slog-sweep and is bowled. The Dutch need 77 from 52 balls.
Peter Borren hits two delicate reverse sweeps for four in the space of three deliveries from Nasir Hossain. The Dutch are 63-2 from nine overs chasing 154 to win.
Nasir Hossain's flat delivery fools opener Stephan Myburgh as the ball goes crashing into the stumps.
Three fours in one Nasir Hossain over for the Netherlands, two from Ben Cooper and one from Stephan Myburgh, take them to 39-1 after the six-over powerplay.
Nasir Hossain can't keep it down from Al-Amin Hossain's delivery and Sabbir Rahman makes the simple catch.
A boundary for Stephan Myburgh as he uses the angle to sweep Arafat Sunny for four, leaving the Dutch 19-0 in the fourth over.
Al-Amin Hossain will hope he's got his mistakes out of the way early on. Out on the boundary, he lets the ball through his legs for four. One to forget.
Dutch opener Stephan Myburgh hits the third ball of the Netherlands innings for four.
Enjoy some of Tamim Iqbal's best shots. He finished on 83 not out from 58 balls.
Mashrafe Mortaza is out for seven off five balls. He hits it up off van der Gugten ball and it's a straight forward catch for Cooper.
Captain Mashrafe Mortaza times his lofted drive perfectly, clearing the boundary with ease and taking Bangladesh to 137-6 with eight balls of the innings left.