England were left needing 134 to end their World Twenty20 campaign with victory over unfancied Holland.
Already unable to progress to the semi-finals after defeats to New Zealand and South Africa, England were still required to complete their Super 10 programme with a match that coach Ashley Giles admitted was "a banana skin".
But the bowlers kept their part of the bargain by restricting Holland to a modest 133 for five, Stephan Myburgh (39) and Wesley Barresi (48) top-scoring.
Chris Jordan also guaranteed himself YouTube fame for years to come by holding a fine one-handed over-the-shoulder catch before claiming his falling sunglasses with his free hand.
Myburgh and Michael Swart wasted no time making their mark after being sent in by Stuart Broad, taking 32 off the first three overs.
Myburgh was the aggressor, forcing Moeen Ali for three boundaries in his first four balls at the crease.
Jordan could not stop the scoring from the same end, conceding four apiece to Swart and Myburgh and four more in leg-byes.
At that point Broad chose to break with tradition and use both himself and James Tredwell in the powerplay.
Broad's two-over spell stemmed the flow, costing just six runs, and saw Swart meekly caught at mid-on.
Myburgh did manage to get Broad away to the ropes, though only via a mis-timed uppercut that looped off the top edge.
Tredwell also did a typically tidy job, bowling his allocation right through for 23 and giving up just two boundaries.
But his hopes of a wicket were dashed when Jos Buttler's attempted stumping of Barresi came fractionally after the batsman made his ground.
Fellow spinner Stephen Parry, in for the dropped Jade Dernbach, endured a tougher time. First Barresi looked to have holed out on the onside but was instead gifted six runs as Michael Lumb deflected the chance over the ropes.
A second maximum, this time an authentic biff from Myburgh, saw 15 added from the over.
Ravi Bopara's nagging medium-pace stifled the Dutch, with the all-rounder getting through four overs for only 15 and snapping up Myburgh with a full toss.
Alex Hales took the catch but was also guilty of shelling another, Tom Cooper reprieved on four.
Dropped chances have been a feature of the tournament for England but that did not concern Jordan as he took a spectacular effort to dismiss Cooper.
He carved Broad just wide of mid-off but Jordan sprinted off in pursuit and proceeded to make his memorable double grab.
Captain Peter Borren survived a botched run-out by Buttler but became Broad's third victim soon after.
Barresi was last out for 48 when Jordan rearranged his stumps, leaving England as favourites at the break.