Ruben Trumpelmann and JJ Smit shine in the T20 World Cup as Namibia defeat Scotland by four wickets.

Namibia beat Scotland by a four-wicket margin in their first-ever Super 12 match of the Twenty20 World Cup. JJ Smit won an unbeaten 32 to drive the team home with five balls to spare in Abu Dhabi.

Namibia defeated Scotland by a four-wicket margin in their first-ever Super 12 match of the Twenty20 World Cup on Wednesday, thanks to Ruben Trumpelmann's lethal bowling display.JJ Smit won an unbeaten 32 to drive the team home with five balls to spare in Abu Dhabi, extending Namibia's winning streak to three in the tournament after the squad qualified for the qualifying round.Scotland lost their second group stage loss to Scotland on Wednesday after taking three wickets in the first over and picking up Richie Berrington for nought after batting first with his left-arm speed, according to replays.Cross took 33 balls for the effort, but Smit bowled him out for the first ball of the innings, when Frylinck made 28 and was dismissed for eight wickets, but Smit kept the chase alive.