Google Brings Attention To The Tournament With A Sporty Doodle

Google Brings Attention To The Tournament With A Sporty Doodle


2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup: Google has unveiled a special Doodle featuring a bowler throwing a ball to a batsman who is ready to hit to mark the commencement of the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup today. Released on Saturday, June 1, the Doodle aims to give people a hint of what’s about to come. It celebrates the ninth edition of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup which kicked off back in 2007. The United States is the host nation this year, and a record 20 teams from around the world will compete on the big stage.

The centrepiece of the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup celebration on Google is its cricket-themed logo to represent the spirit and excitement of the game.

2024 ICC Men's T20 World Cup: Google Brings Attention To The Tournament With A Sporty Doodle

2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup: About The Google Doodle

Today’s Doodle celebrates the start of the 2024 ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup. This marks the ninth edition since its inception in 2007. This year, the United States is hosting the event, with a record 20 teams from around the globe competing.

The teams are divided into four groups of five for the group stage, each facing every other team in their group once. The ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup provides a platform for the world’s best male cricketers to showcase their skills and represent their countries. Best of luck to all the teams participating this year!

2024 ICC Men's T20 World Cup: Google Brings Attention To The Tournament With A Sporty Doodle

2024 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Google Doodle: When Was The First World Cup Held & Who Took The Cup Home

ICC Men’s T20 World Cup kicked off back in 2007 and the finals were played between India and Pakistan where the ‘Captain Cool’, Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led the ‘Men In Blue’ and walked home with the cup after defeating Pakistan by five runs. 

South Africa hosted the 2007 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and the finals were played at the Wanderers Stadium in South Africa’s Johannesburg.

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