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  • The captain Australians hate to love

    The captain Australians hate to love

    Despite leading his team to World Cup and Ashes success, Michael Clarke has struggled to win the hearts of the Australian public.

  • Clarke dedicates victory to Hughes

    Clarke dedicates victory to Hughes

    Captain Michael Clarke dedicates Australia's fifth World Cup title to his former team-mate Phillip Hughes.

  • We have no regrets - McCullum

    We have no regrets - McCullum

    New Zealand have their "heads held high" despite losing to Australia in the World Cup final, says captain Brendon McCullum.

  • Australia crush NZ to win World Cup

    Australia crush NZ to win World Cup

    Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets to win the World Cup for a fifth time at a packed Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • World Cup not for 'window dressing'

    World Cup not for 'window dressing'

    The development of associate members must go beyond the 'window dressing' of a World Cup, the International Cricket Council says.

  • Michael Clarke to retire from ODIs

    Michael Clarke to retire from ODIs

    Australia captain Michael Clarke says he will retire from one-day international cricket after Sunday's World Cup final.

  • 'Final may be last match I watch'

    'Final may be last match I watch'

    New Zealand legend Martin Crowe, who has cancer, says the Cricket World Cup final could be the last game he watches.

  • Pietersen could 'tear apart' England

    Pietersen could 'tear apart' England

    Bringing back Kevin Pietersen could "tear apart the fabric" of the England team, says former Australia coach John Buchanan.

  • Dhoni has no retirement plans

    Dhoni has no retirement plans

    MS Dhoni has no plans to quit as captain of the India limited-overs side despite their World Cup semi-final loss to Australia.

  • Gibson becomes England bowling coach

    Gibson becomes England bowling coach

    England appoint Ottis Gibson as their fast bowling coach for the West Indies tour, which starts in April.

  • NZ defeat a turning point - Clarke

    NZ defeat a turning point - Clarke

    Michael Clarke says losing to New Zealand in the group stage of the World Cup was a "kick up the backside" for Australia.

  • World Cup results and reports

    World Cup results and reports

    Full results, tables and reports for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

  • England 'embarrassed' by World Cup

    England 'embarrassed' by World Cup

    England one-day batsman Alex Hales says the players are "embarrassed" by their World Cup failure.

  • McCullum hints at Vettori retirement

    McCullum hints at Vettori retirement

    New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum hints that Sunday's World Cup final will be Daniel Vettori's final international.

  • Pietersen completes Surrey deal

    Pietersen completes Surrey deal

    Kevin Pietersen rejoins Surrey for the 2015 season as he steps up his bid to earn an England recall.

  • Bravo back but no Gayle for Windies

    Bravo back but no Gayle for Windies

    West Indies name a 20-man squad for a training camp in Antigua ahead of their three-Test series against England.

  • VIDEO: Australia thrash NZ in World Cup final

    VIDEO: Australia thrash NZ in World Cup final

    BBC Sport takes a look at some of the key facts and figures from the World Cup final as Australia get their hands on the trophy for a fifth time after beating co-hosts New Zealand by seven wickets.

  • VIDEO: World Cup win for Hughes - Clarke

    VIDEO: World Cup win for Hughes - Clarke

    Watch departing Australia captain Michael Clarke dedicate his side's "special" World Cup final win over New Zealand to former team-mate Phillip Hughes.

  • VIDEO: A fitting end for Clarke - Vaughan

    VIDEO: A fitting end for Clarke - Vaughan

    Former England captain and BBC Sport pundit Michael Vaughan pays tribute to departing Australia captain Michael Clarke following his side's World Cup Final win over co-hosts New Zealand

  • VIDEO: BBC man gets personal with Clarke

    VIDEO: BBC man gets personal with Clarke

    Australia captain Michael Clarke is asked about enjoying 'tremendous sex' by a tongue-tied BBC Sport journalist.

  • VIDEO: Pietersen signing a big plus - Stewart

    VIDEO: Pietersen signing a big plus - Stewart

    Surrey's director of cricket Alec Stewart says the singing of former England batsman Kevin Pietersen is a "big plus" for the county cricket side.

  • VIDEO: Cook best leader for England - Swann

    VIDEO: Cook best leader for England - Swann

    Ex-England spinner Graeme Swann says Test captain Alastair Cook is the "best leader" England have and he should carry on as skipper.

  • VIDEO: Gayle brings 'X-factor' - Maynard

    VIDEO: Gayle brings 'X-factor' - Maynard

    West Indies batsman Chris Gayle will bring the "X-factor" during his T20 Blast stint at Somerset, director of cricket Matthew Maynard tells BBC Points West.

  • VIDEO: England need cricket manager - Vaughan

    VIDEO: England need cricket manager - Vaughan

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan says he is "always open to a conversation" about taking charge of the team in the future

  • VIDEO: Rohit Sharma inspires India

    VIDEO: Rohit Sharma inspires India

    BBC Sport takes a look at some of the key facts and figures from the 2015 Cricket World Cup as India join South Africa in the semi-finals with a 109-run win over neighbours Bangladesh in Melbourne.

  • VIDEO: Alastair Cook clearly bitter - Vaughan

    VIDEO: Alastair Cook clearly bitter - Vaughan

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan says that dropped one-day skipper Alastair Cook must change his "bad mentality" before leading out his country again in the forthcoming Test series against West Indies

  • VIDEO: Ireland proud of World Cup display

    VIDEO: Ireland proud of World Cup display

    Cricket Ireland president Joseph Doherty says he is proud of the Irish team's performances at the World Cup.

  • World Cup in numbers: Runs & wickets

    World Cup in numbers: Runs & wickets

    With 48 games played and only one to go, who's scored the most runs, taken the most wickets and hit the most sixes?

  • TMS team of the World Cup

    TMS team of the World Cup

    Morne Morkel in, Wahab Riaz out and not a single Englishman in sight. Check out the TMS World Cup XI and have your say.

  • India's 'Hope' may be Australia's future

    India's 'Hope' may be Australia's future

    Meet the 12-year-old girl scoring centuries for the boy's team in one of Australian cricket's most famous breeding grounds.

  • Understated New Zealand living the dream

    Understated New Zealand living the dream

    While Australia struggles to fill its vast stadiums, the atmosphere - and the belief - are building in New Zealand.

  • County ins & outs

    County ins & outs

    Keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours ahead of the 2015 county season.

  • ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings

    ICC Test, ODI and T20 rankings

    Official team and player rankings for men and women's Tests, one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches.

  • 'Aussies have me quaking over Ashes'

    'Aussies have me quaking over Ashes'

    Australia's World Cup victory shows the gulf in class between Michael Clarke's team and England, says Jonathan Agnew.