Hot Spot - World Cup Final Review - Cricket World TV

John Pennington in the UK and Chetan Narula in Melbourne link up to review the final of the Cricket World Cup 2015, where Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets to become five-time champions.

Chetan was at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to witness a dominant display by Michael Clarke's men as they easily chased down a modest target of 184.

He describes the key moments in the match and considers whether Brendon McCullum and his team should have tempered their aggressive approach given the standard of their opponents.

He finishes by paying tribute to Clarke, who announced his retirement from One-Day Internatonals one day before the final and finished off with a half-century that got his side close to the line.

Stay tuned for one final World Cup Hot Spot, however, as Chetan talks through the highlights of both the World Cup and his trip to Australia during India's long tour.

© Cricket World 2015


 
 
 
 
 

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