New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 30th Match ICC World T20 2014 Highlights

Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 30th Match ICC World T20 2014 - ICC World Twenty20 International tournament of the 30th T20I match played between Sri Lanka and New Zealand at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram in 31st March 2014.

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 30th Match ICC World T20 2014 Highlights
Rangana Herath had figures of 5 for 3 © Getty Images

Sensational spell from Rangana Herath's 5 for 3 gives Sri Lanka stunning 59-run victory over New Zealand and earned their sixth straight semi-final in ICC events in a low-scoring game of the 30th match of a World Twenty20.

* New Zealand's 60 was the third lowest score ever in T20 internationals and it is second worst total ever in World Twenty20.

* Rangana Herath's 5 for 3 was the third best bowling figures in T20 international also third best figures for Sri Lanka, it is the second best figures in World Twenty20 and Sri Lanka's best figures against New Zealand in T20Is.

Sri Lanka scored 119 for all-out in 19.2 overs with top scorer by Mahela Jayawardene 25, Lahiru Thirimanne 20, Sachithra Senanayake 17, Kusal Perera and Angelo Mathews both scored 16-runs.

New Zealand best bowler by Trent Boult picked up 3-wickets for 20-runs in 4-overs. James Neesham takes 3-wickets for 22-runs in 2.2 overs.

Mitchell McClenaghan takes two-wickets, Nathan McCullum and Kyle Mills both took one-wickets.

New Zealand scored 60-9 in 15.3 overs with top scorer by Kane Williamson struck 42 off 43-balls including six-fours.

* Corey Anderson absent hurt due to injury on the rope.

Sri Lanka best bowler by Rangana Herath claims 5-3, Sachithra Senanayake took 2-wickets for 3-runs in 2-overs.

Rangana Herath named Player of the match for his sensational spin bowling performance to claimed a record-breaking career-best 5-wicket haul for 3-runs in 3.2 overs including two maidens.

Sri Lanka Innings Highlights

New Zealand Innings Highlights
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