BBC Sport - Cricket World Cup 2015: Michael Clarke out on high - Michael Vaughan

A fitting end for Clarke - Vaughan

Former England captain and BBC Sport pundit Michael Vaughan pays tribute to departing Australia captain Michael Clarke following his side's World Cup Final win over co-hosts New Zealand.

Vaughan also issues a warning to other test-playing nations about the further threat to come from left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc, after his latest two wickets in Melbourne saw him finish the tournament with the best ever World Cup bowling average (22 wickets at 10.18).

While New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum is also singled out for praise for his "positive" approach to the tournament.