1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and now 2015 – Australia have lifted their game when it counts and made history
I think what we were able to achieve in this tournament will last a ...
Ten previous finals have produced feats that remain indelible – what ...
Ten editions’ worth of numbers to refresh the memory and get ready ...
The only thing not to change at all was the intensity with which Australia approached the task on hand
Their WC clashes with India include one-sided romps, three twin showdowns and two knockouts split evenly
Fielding has played a key role in crunch situations in World Cups, and modern innovations have added a new edge to the discipline
Some luck, yes, but it was a lot of pluck and more skill that made Australia all-conquering at the World Cup
PRINT RUN: Tough questions for Moores, plaudits for Ashwin, and a case for an inclusive World Cup
Print Run: ICC instructions to produce belters, Ian Chappell’s prediction for the Indian team and more
With the World Cup to be his and Jayawardene’s last ODIs, Sri Lankan batsman convinced team’s future is in good hands
Despite batting collapse and loss to New Zealand, Clarke’s men have shown why they’re still World Cup favourites
Richards to Tendulkar; 1975 to 2011; Malinga to McGrath; 36 to 414 – every World Cup milestone and number
Batting legend reflects on time in New Zealand and Australia, mastering the punch, and desire to open in ODIs
World Cup 2015 will be best remembered for: