New Zealand beat the Netherlands by six wickets to maintain their hopes of qualifying for the ICC World T20 semi-finals.
Batting first, the Dutch posted a competitive total of 151-4 from their 20 overs with Peter Borren top-scoring with 49 from 35 balls.
But skipper Brendon McCullum anchored the New Zealand innings with 65 to help guide his side towards victory, the Black Caps eventually getting over the line with six balls to spare.
Having won the toss, McCullum inserted the Netherlands with Trent Boult and Kyle Mills starting tidily in restricting Stephan Myburgh and Michael Swart to 22 in four overs.
Myburgh greeted Corey Anderson by launching him for six over mid-wicket before being well caught off Boult for 16.
At the 10-over mark the scoreboard read 62-2, Wesley Barresi having come and gone for four, but New Zealand had also missed a chance to add the wicket of Borren for a duck.
Nathan McCullum was culpable, botching a run-out with Borren well short of his ground.
Much harder chances slipped by, Swart almost falling to a fine one-handed leap by Brendon McCullum and Borren chipping a yard short of Mills at fine-leg.
The innings gained real momentum in the 15th over, as Kane Williamson's spin was clattered for 17 runs - including a six and two fours from Borren.
Thirteen more came off Mitchell McClenaghan's next, new batsman Tom Cooper clearing the ropes on his way to a breezy 40 not out, but Borren was out a run short of his fifty.
New Zealand would have fancied their chances of winning in good time, but struggled to get away in the first half of the reply.
They were just three ahead of Holland's mark at the midway stage, 65-2 with Martin Guptill (9) and Williamson (29) in the shed.
Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor added 32 for the third wicket, but while the latter left the job half done - well caught off a top-edge by the back-tracking Barresi - the captain crunched three maximums that all but settled matters.
Eighteen were still needed when Van der Gugten dismissed him, but the run rate had been successfully broken down, leaving Anderson (20no) and Jimmy Neesham (7no) to finish up.