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Live text, radio and social media as Australia lift the World Cup after beating New Zealand by seven wickets in Melbourne.
Australia won the battle of the hosts to lift cricket's World Cup for the fifth time with a seven-wicket win over New Zealand in Melbourne Sunday.
Australia was playing its seventh final and looking for a record fifth World Cup title, while New Zealand had never even made it to this stage of the tournament before. Here's how the match played out.
ESPN Video: Watch the new 2015 World Cup Champions lift the trophy after their seven wicket victory over New Zealand at the MCG
Australia is playing its seventh final and looking for a record fifth World Cup title, while New Zealand has never even made it to this stage of the tournament before. Who will emerge victorious? Please join our live blog to find out.
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KALIKA MEHTA AT THE MCG: Michael Clarke hit a supreme 74 as the departing Australian captain led his country to World Cup glory against New Zealand by seven wickets on Sunday.
Cricket World Cup final - Australia (186-3) beat New Zealand (183) by seven wickets, with 101 balls remaining
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Australia overwhelm New Zealand by seven wickets to win the World Cup for a fifth time at a packed Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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Großer Erfolg für Australiens Cricket-Nationalmannschaft: Bei der WM im eigenen Land feierte das Team einen Finalsieg über Neuseeland und sicherte sich den WM-Titel zum fünften Mal. In der Vorrunde waren die Gastgeber noch unterlegen.
All roads led to the iconic stadium where fans dressed in the respective team colours of yellow and black lined up to be part of the sell-out crowd of more than 90,000.. latest World Cup 2015 news- World Cup Final: Melbourne Cricket Ground Turns Into a Sea of Yellow and Black
Michael Clarke-led Australia defeated New Zealand by seven wickets with 101 balls to spare in the ICC World Cup final at Melbourne on Sunday.
Hosts win the 2015 Cricket World Cup, the team's fifth and the first at home.
Unless England find real pace able to match Australia and New Zealand then it will be hard to compete in 2019, says Michael Vaughan
Michael Clarke's men bowled their opponents out for 183 in 45 overs and had little problem reaching that target with the bat
Australia overwhelms New Zealand on the biggest stage. winning a fifth World Cup title by seven wickets.
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The development of associate members must go beyond the 'window dressing' of a World Cup, the International Cricket Council says.
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