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Scott Boland unsuccessfully appeals for Virat Kohli's wicket••Alex Davidson/ICC/Getty Images
The Oval heroes: Scott Boland, Alex Carey and Travis Head played vital roles in the WTC final••ICC/Getty Images
Players pose for a selfie in the Australia dressing room••ICC/Getty Images
Flaunting the beauties from Australia's trophy cabinet••ICC/Getty Images
David Warner, Pat Cummins, Steve Smith and Mitchell Starc all played the finals of the T20 and 50-over World Cups and the WTC••ICC/Getty Images
Pat Cummins poses with the Test mace after the WTC win••ICC/Getty Images
Australia's players can't resist a photo-op with the Test mace••ICC/Getty Images
Scott Boland with his medal after the World Test Championship win••AFP/Getty Images
In the spotlight: Australia's pacers Pat Cummins, Cameron Green and Mitchell Starc••AFP/Getty Images
Pat Cummins walks off the field after the WTC win••AFP/Getty Images
Steven Smith holds his pose••ICC/Getty Images
Openers assemble: David Warner and Usman Khawaja with the Test mace••ICC/Getty Images
Australia pose in the dressing room after the WTC win••ICC/Getty Images
Hazlewood, Warner, Cummins, Smith and Starc pose with the T20 and ODI World Cup trophies and the Test mace••ICC/Getty Images
Pat Cummins led Australia to the WTC win••ICC/Getty Images
Australia's WTC-final-winning openers Usman Khawaja and David Warner••ICC/Getty Images
Alyssa Healy and her husband Mitchell Starc unwind after the latter helped wrap up Australia's WTC win••Getty Images
Nathan Lyon, Travis Head and Pat Cummins with the mace••ICC via Getty Images
Test mace in hand, Australia are pumped up••ICC/Getty Images
Virat Kohli walks past the WTC mace••Getty Images
'We're still buzzing' - Cummins hails Australia's legacy-defining World Cup show
"Every half an hour or so you kind of remember that you just won a World Cup and get excited all over again"
Australia leave UK with the mace and the urn, but no gold star
Winning Tests in England isn't easy. Australia won three and lost two out of six. But if "Ashes tend to define eras or legacies", Cummins' team fell short
Gavaskar defends 'loyal servant' Pujara: 'Why make him the scapegoat for our batting failures?'
"I simply don't understand, what is the criteria of dropping him and keeping the others who failed?"
Ashwin sees WTC final omission as 'stumbling block', not 'setback'
The top-ranked Test bowler says he is a lot more "chilled" and "relaxed" at this stage of his life