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 Australia ended another summer at home successfully with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in its own backyard becoming the second team to do so after the India banishing the ignominy of not qualifying for the semi-finals when he organized the tournament for the last time in 1992. A last fact history Australia and New Zealand and he repeated some as well, but in the end it was a team led by Michael Clarke who had been surprised at the beginning of the summer when it lost one of their own and yet dear Yes to go to the distance along an emotional four months.

As many legends of Australia in the past Clarke said goodbye to ODI cricket with a Cup in his hand and after making a significant contribution in the final and becomes the witness to a young player whose rise throughout the summer has been phenomenal. New players have joined seamlessly in the system which means that Australia will be hard to beat even in four years when the party travels to England in 2019. And despite a slow start of his campaign team went up to their standards vaunted at the end of the business and made it count.

Registration in the World Cup 9 matches won 7 and lost 1 and abandoned 1

Nothing is as successful as success and Australia embodied that belief. Her attitude of winning at all costs sometimes touches oppositions for the wrong way but here they were clinical. Although winning the coveted trophy is the highest point Australia had several individual maximum. They scored the highest World Cup total 417/6 - against Afghanistan in Perth Mitchell Starc ended the tournament as the man of the series brutal Glenn Maxwell against Sri Lanka and farewell ODIs Clarke winning entries.

Underline point

Despite a win enthusiastic to start its campaign that also began in the MCG Australia made to stumble for a brief time in which were not included in a game for two weeks after a failure against Bangladesh in Brisbane. His greatest adjustment accounts came his only match in New Zealand and were tainted when they were overwhelmed by 151.

Another scare came in the match against Sri Lanka where despite scoring 376 were put under severe pressure while defending it. A thigh injury to Dinesh Chandimal, who had burned their way to 52 off 24 balls, had the momentum of the persecution of Sri Lanka and 64 short careers ended. The decision of Australia to play roulettes Xavier Doherty not worth and never played another game in the tournament. Its rows of spin look naked but they managed to hide so that deficiency.

Judgment captaincy

Any questions about captaincy of Australia before the World Cup was put to bed by first alternate Captain George Bailey and then by Michael Clarke. While the return of Clarke after a long layoff ended in a defeat to New Zealand Australia of the collected pieces and raised their game for the knock-outs. That Clarke had lost most of the Australian summer back and hamstring injuries do not remove the attention away from him. Clarke moving tributes to his teammate at the end Phil Hughes was applauded by the Australian public and in addition to his successful leadership, he came up with important hits in crucial matches. Calls were made to let it do so from the ODI game which made after the final but that left an indelible impression with his captaincy especially during the handling of a brilliant bowling attack. With the World Cup Clarke retired from cricket ODI as one of the best in Australia passing by the illustrious group of players who ended up joining.

Most valuable player

While the 2015 World Cup saw a staggering total throughout the tournament the players enjoyed their moment of glory and the triumph of Australia was largely thanks to the efforts of his bowling rhythm players led by the man of the series Mitchell Starc. Australia benefited from a powerful bowling opening alignment headed by Starc who ended as the highest wicket taker in the competition with 22 and that wasn't even the best part of their bowling. Swinging the ball in 150kmph to the front and back-rolling with the old, Starc averaged 10.18 and was the only player of bowling which sank four runs more than one. His first on the dismissal of Brendon McCullum practically decided the final.

Biggest disappointment

The consistency of some of its key players was the reason behind fifth win of the title from Australia but the same cannot be said of all terrain veteran Shane Watson who despite a couple of important blows against Sri Lanka and Pakistan was largely out of color during the tournament. Watson's role in the team has often been questioned and once he let himself fall for the match against Afghanistan, many wondered if I wanted to even return. Watson returns with the bat improved since then but with the ball that followed flight racing and it could not take windows. At number five, Watson regained his batting form but if it was going to be in the scheme of things for Australia in the next couple of years still remains to be seen.


A memorable summer ends with a triumph in the Cup world was the icing on the cake for Australia which was force to force in order to reclaim the title he had given up in 2011. Australia remained unbeaten at home since the arrival of the India test series and became unbeatable time arrived the knockouts. Michael Clarke was given a discount send winner and despite the withdrawal of its influential captain, limited in off Australian team remains in good hands thanks to the appearance of Steven Smith and the emergence of Mitchell Starc. With a new generation of players leaving their mark in the year 2015 the team remains in excellent form into the next edition in 2019.

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