Australians have risen as the Champions of World Cup 2015. They have protested New Zealand by 7 wickets in the last match held at Melbourne today. Having won the hurl, New Zealand decided to bat first. Notwithstanding, they lost three speedy wickets in compulsory strategic maneuver itself. Elliott ( 83 off 82) and Taylor ( 40 off 72) attempted to repair the innings with an association of 111 runs in 137 balls. From that point on, again there was a nonstop fall of wickets which at last limited New Zealand just to 183 runs.
On their method for pursuing the focus of 184, Aussies made no object at any interim of time. They were as cool as a cucumber in pursuing the target and remain as the equivalent word for real champions. Skipper of the team, Michael Clarke, who is playing his most recent One Day International has made an enthusiastic 74 out of 72. Smith with 56 and Warner with 45 contributed their part well.