He is recognized as one of the greatest captains of all time, during his captaincy tenure he led the Aussies in 230 ODI matches and had won 165 out of them with a winning percentage of 76.14%.
Australian legendary pacer Glenn McGrath holds a remarkable record of taking the most number of wickets in ODI World Cup tournaments. In his entire career, he has played 250 ODI matches and has clinched 381 wickets including 7 five-wicket hauls.
Aussies hold a significant record of winning 3 consecutive World Cups in 1999, 2003 and 2007 led by Ricky Ponting & Michael Clarke.
Australian International Hall of Fame, Shane Warne, retired with 3154 runs which he scored in 145 Test matches with an average of 17.33.
In his career, he played a total of 52 Test matches in which he scored 6996 runs with an exceptional average of 99.94 which is the highest average ever achieved by any batsman in World Cricket.