New Zealand vs Australia Final at Melbourne, 29 Mar, 2015

Toss: New Zealand, who chose to bat first
Australia won by 7 wickets
4
New Zealand, who chose to bat first
Australia 186/3 in 33.1 Overs
Current Run rate: 5.61

New Zealand 183/10 (45)

Player of the Match: James Faulkner
Batsman
Runs
Balls
4's
6's
S/R
Mat
Runs
HS
Avg
56
71
3
0
78.87
58
1549
105
40.76
2
5
0
0
40
187
5686
185*
40.61
Bowler
Overs
Maidens
Runs
Wkts
Econ
Mat
Wkts
BBI
Avg
9.1
0
46
2
5.02
10
23
5/30
17.82
8
0
65
0
8.13
94
131
7/33
31.02
Recent Overs:
4
4
4
4
1
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1wd
W
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1
2
2
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1
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1
4
Current Partnership: 11 runs, 2 overs, RR: 5.5 (SR Watson, SPD Smith )
Last Wicket: MJ Clarke 74(72)

Over 34.0  

Mitchell Starc is the Player of the Tournament
James Faulkner is the Man of the Match and he receives the award from Sachin Tendulkar.
BB McCullum: It's been one hell of a ride for us. We have played some outstanding cricket and we ran into an oustanding Australian team and they thoroughly deserve to win. To take 7/33 at the end, they put us under a lot of pressure. In the end, we were the second best team on the day. No regrets, this is the greatest stage that you can ask for as a cricketer. We are obviously not able to lift the trophy, but the brand of cricket we have played, we've entertained everyone and we walk away with our heads held high. I am proud of all the guys in the team. We've still got some work do, but I am proud of what we've done
This victory will be the crowning glory of those Australian cricketers, who lifted the glittering trophy. New Zealand too can be proud of their performance as they played with a positive mindset through out the tournament to reach their first final. 
Australia won by 7 wickets.
33.1
4
Over 33.1 Matt Henry bowls it short of length to SPD Smith, Boundary!  Australia win the World Cup for the fifth time.Rocks back and pulls it behind square on the on-side, the ball runs away to the fence for four.The Australian team rush onto the field to join Smith and Watson in their celebrations
End of Over 33 (2 runs)   Australia 182/3

SPD Smith 52/70 TG Southee 8-0-65-0
SR Watson 2/5

32.6
1
Over 32.6 TG Southee bowls it short of length to SPD Smith, 1 run, gets forward and drives it straight down the ground, mid-on dives to his left and half-stops the ball.
32.5
0
Over 32.5 TG Southee bowls a back of length delivery to SPD Smith, no runs, goes on to the back foot and defends it back to the bowler.
32.4
0
Over 32.4 TG Southee bowls a good length delivery to SPD Smith, no runs, goes well across the stumps and misses the flick.
32.3
1
Over 32.3 TG Southee slips in a full toss to SR Watson, 1 run, gets forward and  looks to drive, gets a thickish inside edge that goes wide of mid-on.
32.2
0
Over 32.2 TG Southee bowls a good length delivery to SR Watson, no runs, gets forward, defends and gets an inside edge onto pad.
32.1
0
Over 32.1 TG Southee bowls a good length delivery to SR Watson, no runs, comes on to the front foot and defends it to the off-side.
End of Over 32 (5 runs)   Australia 180/3

SPD Smith 51/67 Matt Henry 9-0-42-2
SR Watson 1/2

31.6
0
Over 31.6 Matt Henry bowls a good length delivery to SPD Smith, no runs,  defends this easily from the crease.
31.5
2
Over 31.5 Matt Henry bowls a pitched up delivery to SPD Smith, 2 runs, gets to the pitch of the ball and drives it pass point and picks up another couple.
31.4
2
Over 31.4 Matt Henry bowls a pitched up delivery to SPD Smith, 2 runs, gets forward and pushes it down to deep mid-wicket and picks up couple of runs.
31.3
1
Over 31.3 Matt Henry bowls it short of length to SR Watson, 1 run, goes back and across, pulled away to deep mid-wicket.
31.2
0
Over 31.2 Matt Henry bowls a good length delivery to SR Watson, no runs, comes on to the front foot and defends it to the off-side.
31.1
W
Over 31.1 Matt Henry to MJ Clarke, out Bowled!!  Michael Clarke as he walks off the field for one last time in ODIs. Brendon McCullum runs up to Clarke and congratulates him. Tim Southee joins in as well. Clarke raises his bat to the crowd and gets a bit emotional as well.Clarke b Matt Henry 74(72)