Sussex dangled the carrot, declaring during the morning with a lead of 369 and 77 overs left in the day - but Middlesex showed why they are among the pace-setters in Division Two, reeling in that target with ease after 209-run stand from Sam Robson and Peter Handscomb set the tone. Both fell along the way, but Max Holden and Martin Andersson saw the visitors home with room to spare

Alsop to Holden, 1 run, over the wicket, up towards the blockhole and dug out towards mid-on - that's the winning run, Middlesex getting home by seven wickets for the eight-highest chase in their history!

Middlesex 4th innings Partnerships

1st1MD StonemanSD Robson
2nd209SD RobsonPSP Handscomb
3rd61SD RobsonMDE Holden
4th99MK AnderssonMDE Holden