Sussex’s final-day declaration blew up in their face as Sam Robson led visitors Middlesex to a thrilling victory on the final day at Hove. Set 370 to win after the hosts declared on the back of Cheteshwar Pujara’s jumbo 170*, Robson belted 149 to take Middlesex over the line, putting on a 209-run stand in 48.3 overs with captain Peter Handscomb (79). Max Holden then added 99 with the promoted Martin Andersson off just 82 balls to complete a stunning chase in a game that Sussex had in the pocket before bad light and rain scuppered their plans early on the final day.
📺 | BEST BITS OF SAM ROBSON
Sam Robson struck 11 boundaries on the way to his first century of the summer!
Batted, Robbo 💪
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— Middlesex Cricket (@Middlesex_CCC) May 8, 2022