From the blistering starts produced by Jason Roy to the lethal Mitchell Starc, here is a look at the men who made the cut in our team of the tournament.
Angelo Mathews' century went in vain as both Indian openers scored centuries to help India end the group stage with a win.
After winning the toss, almost everything went India's way as they knocked out Bangladesh and bounced back from their defeat to England.
Bairstow's century and fifties from Stokes and Roy helped England post 337/7, which proved to be too much for India despite Rohit's century.
Mohammed Shami's four-fer and fifties from Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni helped India eliminate West Indies.
Despite fifties from Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav, India posted just 224/8. In response, Afghanistan came close but just couldn't get over the line.
Rohit Sharma's century coupled with fifties from KL Rahul and Virat Kohli helped India post 336/5. Then an all-round bowling effort saw them home by 89 runs in a rain-curtailed encounter.
After New Zealand lost the World Cup without 'losing' it, our cartoonist Satish Acharya imagines what the World Cup might have told skipper Kane Williamson
From the sublime to the sub-standard, there is plenty to talk about when it comes to the various World Cup jerseys.
While attempting to go for a big shot, Rohit was stumped for 56.
Before the start of the Australian innings, Dhoni played another game of his own with a fan who ran onto the pitch.