Chris Jordan starred as England got the better of New Zealand in another Super Over, prevailing with nine races following a truncated thriller in the fifth Twenty20 in Auckland.

Four months after their nerve-wracking world final, teams found themselves in familiar terrain as they were stunned after an 11-over shootout, shortened due to intermittent showers at Eden Park.

Jordan’s last ball four ensured England leveled New Zealand’s 146, and the paceman then held his nerve with the ball after Jonny Bairstow and Eoin Morgan each blew in a six to lift England to 17 in the Super Over.

Despite sending a wide with his second delivery, Jordan bowled expert lengths to limit New Zealand to eight for one in response, which helped England seal a 3-2 victory in the series.