ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final: The whole world is crazy about the World Cup final match between India and Australia to be hosted by India at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, and Google is also not untouched by it. The final match is to be played today on Sunday (19 November). On this occasion of the World Cup final match, Google has made a special doodle.
What is special in doodle
Google has given a special message regarding the final match through its doodle. In this, the second ‘O’ of Google has been given the shape of the World Cup. While the rest of the letters are decorated like the ranking of the players. Google’s L has been given the shape of a bat while a sports scene with a stadium and wickets is visible in the background.
Google congratulated India-Australia
Explaining about its doodle, Google said that today’s doodle celebrates the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup between India and Australia. Google further said that this year India hosted ten national teams including Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka. Now the matter has come for the final match. Best wishes to the finalists.
World Cup started from 5th October
Let us tell you that the World Cup 2023 hosted by India started from October 5. On that day also Google had celebrated it by making a doodle. This tournament of 10 teams was very exciting. The first match of the World Cup was held between England and New Zealand at Narendra Modi Stadium and the final match between India and Australia is also being held here. The World Cup match started in 1975 and 2023 is the 13th edition of this tournament.
Apart from India, teams from Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka have participated in the World Cup. Today, the eyes of the whole world are on the final match between India and Australia. Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, hundreds of VIPs will arrive to watch the final match of the World Cup.