Jofra Archer made an impressive start to his first County Championship match for Sussex since the 2018 season.

The 26-year-old opened the bowling from the sea end and after bowling two maidens, then picked up wickets in consecutive overs.

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The first came from the first ball of his third over, as his delivery was edged by skipper Daniel Bell-Drummond to George Garton at second slip, with saw him finish his third over with a wicket maiden.

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Archer then struck again with the final ball of his next over, as he got the better of his England Colleague Zak Crawley, after a ball nipped away from him at last minute and he nicked it to skipper and wicketkeeper Ben Brown.

That left the seamer with figures of 2-6 from his fours overs in his first spell, with George Garton coming into the attack to replace him.