- Most RunsRahul Dravid461 runs
- Most WicketsGeoff Allott20 wickets
- Player of the seriesLance Klusener
Australia emerged victorious in a one-sided final where they defeated Pakistan by eight wickets. Leg-spinner Shane Warne was the wrecker-in-chief as he took four wickets giving away just 33 runs.
Warne was ably supported by Glenn McGrath and Tom Moody, who claimed two wickets apiece. Warne was declared player of the match in the final.
Wasim Akram's Pakistan were never in the game as they had no answer to the Australian bowlers and got bowled out for a meagre 132 runs. Ijaz Ahmed top scored with 22 runs.
Australia chased down the small target in 20.1 overs. Adam Gilchrist made a quick-fire 54 off 36 that included eight fours and a six. Mark Waugh remained unbeaten on 37. The winning runs were hit by Darren Lehmann.
Earlier, the second semi-final between Australia and South Africa ended in a nail-biting tie at Birmingham. Australia came from behind to run out Allan Donald when South Africa needed just one run from three balls.
Lance Klusener remained unbeaten on 31 from 16 as his efforts went in vain. Australia marched ahead to the final as they finished higher in the 'Super 6' table.
World Cup 1999 Points Table