Guptill, whose last Test was also in England two years ago, scored 547 runs in recently concluded World Cup.
McCullum, 33, led the Kiwis to their first World Cup final where they did lose to Australia by seven wickets.
The Kiwis displayed an aggressive brand of cricket which earned them eight successive victories at the World Cup.
A fast-medium swing bowler, Mills made his international debut in a ODI match against Pakistan in 2001.
As Vettori decided to hang his boots, many of his colleagues wished him success for the upcoming future on Twitter.
3.7 million people had 9.3 million interactions on Facebook on the day of the final.
As the curtain falls on World Cup what better way to look back at it through a Bollywood-tinted lens.
This is was New Zealand’s best ever performance at the World Cup where they were the second-best team.
The Kiwis had a nightmarish start to the final as they lost their star batsman and captain in the 1st over.
Despite the heartbreak, skipper says Black Caps must continue to be aggressive if team is to become a regular contender.
Some New Zealand players may have decided to call time on their careers but no announcements yet.
Despite the defeat, a gracious McCullum said he was still proud of his team.
Here we take a look some of the interesting tweets from the match.
As Australia take on New Zealand, let us know your predictions.
With the inspirational McCullum at helm, Kiwis hope to break WC trophy duck vs four-time champs Australia in final.