Chris Jordan insists Englands short-term confidence will not have been damaged by another agonising last-ditch defeat against South Africa. England lost a thrilling Twenty20 contest at Newlands on Friday, as Chris Morris clubbed 14 runs from five balls in Reece Topleys final over, scurrying two from the last delivery of the match to settle it.The loss was especially agonising for Topley as the unfortunate bowler failed to gather a throw from the deep which might have run out Kyle Abbott. Watch a pick of the action from the first T20 between South Africa and England That would have secured a tie and Super Over - Jordans forte after his brilliant display in Sharjah before Christmas - but instead, it was a groundhog Friday night for England as Morris reprised his heroics from the fourth one-day international in Johannesburg.In a further repeat, Eoin Morgans team must collect themselves for another crunch match, this time at the Wanderers, within 48 hours. Asked if confidence may be affected by running into the big-hitting Morris to their cost again, Jordan said: Not at all.England, both Morgan and Jordan reasoned post-match, had paid for their moderate batting as they struggled against Imran Tahir (4-21) and set only 134-8. Watch as Reece Topley fumbled a run out to tie the first T20 for England They were then tigerish in the field and with the ball, Topleys late slip apart, as Jordan took 3-23 and South Africa paced their chase conservatively.It seemed, until Morris intervened, that England might prevail.After the near miss, though, Jordan is convinced they will be able to raise themselves one last time on this tour - and is optimistic too about prospects at next months ICC World Twenty20 in India. We hear from Eoin Morgan, Faf du Plessis and Imran Tahir after South Africas win He said: I guess if people look at it they would say that batting is our strongest suit - so to keep building on those kind of performances as a bowling unit... means we can only take confidence from it, especially going into the World Cup.We brought the game really close, and as a bowling unit were pretty confident within ourselves.We were a bit under par with the bat, but well look to put that right on Sunday.Watch the second Twenty20 international between South Africa and England live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 12pm on Sunday. Also See: Topley error costs England WATCH: Rabadas rugby tackle England fixtures/results WATCH: Roy in the nets Ashley Young New Shirt . The Croatian served 21 aces and hit 42 winners against Sijsling, who double-faulted to give Cilic a 4-3 lead in the deciding set. 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He made it 2-2 with a goal 5:47 into the third.Standing outside the crease between two defenders, Maroon deflected a shot by Brandon Davidson for his first goal in nine career games against the Blues.St. Louis scored first when Kyle Brodziak connected on a wrist shot 4:20 into the game. Nugent-Hopkins tried to poke the puck over the blue line, but Kevin Shattenkirk got it and passed to a wide open Brodziak, who beat Cam Talbot on his glove side.Edmonton tied at about seven minutes later. Leon Draisaitl won a faceoff and Tyler Pitlick buried the shot, beating backup goalie Carter Hutton on his right side. Draisaitl also assisted on Maroons goal.The Blues took the lead back 33 seconds later when Vladimir Tarasenko hit a wrist shot from the right circle.Tarasenko leads all NHL players with 15 points (six goals and nine assists) in December. 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