On Friday the Amstelveen Nepal defeated the Netherlands by one run off the last ball on to record their first ever one-day international victory. Chasing the score of 217 to win, Netherlands were comfortably placed at 114-2 at one stage, before the loss of their next seven wickets for 71.
First ever one-day international victory for Amstelveen Nepal
However, needing one run to tie and two to win off the last ball, Klaassen was taken down with a run out by Nepal skipper Paras Khadka off his own bowling to give the sport's newest one-day international side a thrilling win.
On Wednesday the series finished 1-1 after Netherlands won the first match at the same venue by 55 runs.
Earlier, Sompal Kami, batting at eight, top-scored for Nepal with 61 off 46 balls with five boundaries and three sixes. Khadka added 51 with six fours and two sixes as Nepal recovered from 88-5 to reach 216 all out in the 49th over.
For the Dutch, Wesley Barresi top-scored with 71, an innings which marked eight boundaries.
Teenage leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was the pick of the Nepal bowlers with 3-41.