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We could have lost and it could have been me sitting there." Johannesburg-born Grant Elliott scored a match-winning 84 against the country of his birthThe second was the defining action of the final, even though it came when the match was only five deliveries old.New Zealand's talisman McCullum aimed two wild swings at Starc, missed with both, and was then bowled by a devastating yorker. Lahore 30 May 2015 Chibhabha celebrates his half-century. "I think I ran out of the ground, so they had to tell me which way is back to the ground. Except the story wasn't true, rather a joke that spread far and wide."It got totally out of hand," he said. Visit our homepage or try searching below . Australia have won five of the last eight Cricket World CupsWorld Cup final, Melbourne:New Zealand 183 (45 overs): Elliott 83, Johnson 3-30, Faulkner 3-36Australia 186-3 (33.1 overs): Clarke 74, Smith 56*Australia win by seven wicketsScorecardAustralia overwhelmed New Zealand to win the World Cup for a fifth time at an ecstatic Melbourne Cricket Ground.New Zealand lost influential captain Brendon McCullum to the fifth ball of the match and were bowled out for 183.Grant Elliott resisted with 83, while Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Johnson and James Faulkner shared eight wickets. I was on the road, I don't know where I was. "I had people from Nepal tweeting to say 'good luck, I'm sure it won't be as tough as climbing the mountain'."Forgotten manGeorge Bailey captained Australia on the opening-day victory over England, made a half-century, but was not seen again once Michael Clarke returned to fitness. We're incredibly proud of what we've been able to achieve."World Cup in numbersMost runs: Martin Guptill (NZ) 547, Kumar Sangakkara (SL) 541, AB de Villiers (SA) 482Highest scores: Martin Guptill 237 (NZ v WI), Chris Gayle 215 (WI v Zim), David Warner 178 (Aus v Afg)Most wickets: Mitchell Starc (Aus) 22, Trent Boult (NZ) 22, Umesh Yadav (Ind) 18Best bowling: Tim Southee 7-33 (NZ v Eng), Mitchell Starc 6-28 (Aus v NZ), Trent Boult 5-27 (NZ v Aus)Team of the tournamentThey might not have progressed from the group stage, but Ireland almost single-handedly ignited the debate over the future of the sport and the International Cricket Council's development plans.Victories over Test sides West Indies and Zimbabwe took them to the brink of the quarter-finals, only to miss out on net run-rate.But any further World Cup participation is in doubt, with the next tournament set to be cut from 14 teams to 10, making it harder for the Irish to qualify.ICC chief executive Dave Richardson told Test Match Special that the matter is to be discussed by the governing body, but said the 10-team plan was part of "an agreement with broadcasters".Prior to that, Ireland captain William Porterfield fired a shot to the ICC by saying: "Why don't 10 teams just play cricket and every other country in the world not bother?"It's the ICC, supposedly global.