Australian skipper Michael Clarke bowed out of one-day internationals in fairy tale style, leading his country to a record fifth World Cup title. As a packed Melbourne Cricket Ground cheered and celebrated, the 33-year-old batsman dedicated the historic triumph to the late Phillip Hughes, who was felled by a bouncer and died during a Sheffield Shield game in Sydney last year.
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