New Delhi: Google has honored the Men’s Cricket World Cup final match to be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad today (November 19) with a special doodle. Designed in such a way that you can get cricket score by clicking on the doodle. Fans can check the cricket score with just one click on Google.
Today, all the attention of cricket fans around the world is focused on the city of Ahmedabad, India. The World Cup, which has been going on for more than a month, is nearing its end. Cricket titans India and Australia will host a multi-Test match in this climactic match. Google has celebrated this special moment with a doodle.
Google’s Doodle has been artistically crafted with a focus on the World Cup to capture the overall sentiment of cricket. It invites cricket fans across the globe to celebrate every moment of this historic tournament.
The 13th edition of the ICC ODI Cricket World Cup cricket series kicked off in Ahmedabad on October 5. 45 league matches and 2 semi-final matches were played in 10 cities across the country in this 10-team cricket festival.
Who will win the title of champion in this cricket festival? The final match will be held today at 2 PM at Narendra Modi Stadium, the world’s largest cricket ground. The Indian team led by Rohit Sharma and the Australian team led by Pat Cummins are going to hold a multi-Test match at this 1.30 lakh capacity stadium.
The last time the two teams played in the final of the World Cup was in 2003. Then the Indian team missed the opportunity to win the title. But this time, as the Indian team is strong, there is a lot of expectation among everyone. After winning 10 games in a row, the Indian team is reaching the final for the 4th time. Meanwhile, Australia, who have won the tournament 5 times, will be playing in the final for the 8th time.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles will visit to watch the final match of the World Cup cricket series. Along with them, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti, Singapore Home and Law Minister K. Shanmugam, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma and Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma are also going to visit to watch the final match.