Jofra Archer etched himself into Lord's legend with a matchwinning Twenty20 hat-trick for awayday specialists Sussex tonight.

The fast bowler revealed he had been asked to donate his shirt to the Lord's museum after his last-over heroics.

Archer's hat-trick in saw Sussex to a 12-run win over Middlesex in the Vitality Blast South Group match.

He claimed the vital wicket of Eoin Morgan, well caught in the deep by Chris Jordan, just as England's white-ball captain threatened an unlikely win for the hosts with 90 off 56 balls, his highest score in T20 cricket.

The Barbadian-born seamer then bowled John Simpson before completing his hat-trick by trapping James Fuller lbw.

The drama came after a blistering half-century off just 19 balls from Phil Salt and 49 from debutant Delray Rawlins had helped the visitors post a challenging total of 168.

Victory was the Sharks' fourth of the campaign, all of them away from Hove, but defeat for Middlesex left them struggling to qualify.

Archer said: “To get a hat-trick, I can’t really believe it – especially for a domestic T20 as well, it’s not like it’s an international game and I’m really honoured to hear that they want to put my shirt in the museum here at Lord’s.”