After the bitter experience with Mickey Arthur, Lehmann was brought in to add some old-fashioned enjoyment.
Watson has now been a part of two World Cup teams and said that it can be associated with joys of having a second baby.
ICC Chairman, N. Srinivasan congratulated Australia on winning the world cup by calling them 'worthy winners'.
Captain Clarke carried the trophy as the players mounted the stage in front of thousands of fans.
The ICC team features five New Zealanders which will be led by Brendon McCullum.
Yuvraj Singh lauded Virat Kohli on the micro-blogging site and asked the fans to show some respect.
The Kiwis had a nightmarish start to the final as they lost their star batsman and captain in the 1st over.
In front of 93,000 fans on big day, Australia hit the right notes as they dismantle New Zealand to win the fifth WC.
Despite the heartbreak, skipper says Black Caps must continue to be aggressive if team is to become a regular contender.
Australia rode on Clarke's 72-ball 74 to outplay New Zealand and bag their fifth World Cup title.
Smith could also lay a big claim to sealing Australia's triumph, with his 402 runs at an average of 67.
Mitchell Starc was named the player of the tournament for consistent performances with the ball.
Some New Zealand players may have decided to call time on their careers but no announcements yet.
Clarke made his odi debut way back in 2003 against England at Adelaide Oval.
Prime Minister Modi and the First Citizen wished the Aussies on their extraordinary feat.
Despite his key role as the team's main all-rounder, Faulkner almost missed the World Cup.
Despite the defeat, a gracious McCullum said he was still proud of his team.
Sachin Tendulkar got one of the loudest cheers at the presentation ceremony of the ICC World Cup final.
As Australia take on New Zealand, let us know your predictions.
Here we take a look some of the interesting tweets from the match.