"They just kept coming hard and it would have been nice to have one more run somewhere, but it wasn't to be. It was a good series, which sort of ebbed and flowed throughout. At the end of the day, it was good cricket which finished off with some good entertainment here," he said.
New Zealand had scored 146/5 in 11 overs. But England managed to match that with Chris Jordan levelling the scores with a last ball four to take the game to Super Over.
The two sides will be next seen in a two-Test series starting November 20.