Watch: ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Google Doodle dedicated to the cricketing extravaganza!

Watch: ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Google Doodle dedicated to the cricketing extravaganza!

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: The doodle team of Google claims that the game can be played in even the slowest of networks, well that is a tall claim

Google is the biggest global social platform for exchange of information and feeding information for people to get a good know how on subjects under the sun. ICC Champions Trophy 2017 is the biggest cricketing extravaganza of the year. The coveted event gets underway today and it has found a spot with Google, who have dedicated its homepage to the event with a caricature. The doodle team of Google claims that the game can be played in even the slowest of networks, well that is a tall claim.

Well, the drums of the eight editions played till date will also be dished out for public viewing. The event is only second to the ICC World Cup in terms of magnanimity. Eight of the biggest and best teams will lock horns against eachother in this event. In the previous editions ten to even twelve teams have participated, but this time the best eight will go head to head for the ultimate glory.

The doodle team of the search engine posted an update in their official blog. “Ah! Summer: the sound of leather on willow and the spectacle of cricket, cricket ……! As the tournament begins on Oval Cricket ground, something buzzes outside. A team of crickets sans tickets have set up their own wickets for a game of pest cricket! As they face their arch rivals, the snails, it’s sure to be a match for the centuries. Don’t be fooled by their sluggish looks – these fielders can be fast one their feet!” read the update.

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