England captain Eoin Morgan was left to rue missed chances after England failed to seal their one-day international series against South Africa on Friday.
England lost by one wicket with just 16 balls remaining against the hosts in Johannesburg, which levelled the five-game ODI series at 2-2.
South Africa lost the first two matches but have responded brilliantly to get back into the game, and were saved by Chris Morris who scored a match-winning 62 deep in the innings to help the home side stumble over the line.
Morgan, meanwhile, was left to rue what might have been but was proud of the way his side pushed the hosts after setting 262 in an average innings, saved by centurion Joe Root (109) and Alex Hales (50).
"It's disappointing losing in a game in which we had a lot of chances to win," Morgan said.
"The positives we can take and will do, we fell about 30 runs shot and pushed a very good side into a lot of pressure.
"We can look back and say we should have won the game, but we can still win the series."