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Today’s Google Doodle & What It Stands For

continues its tradition of celebrating key figures and events in the world with its doodle. Today’s celebrates the beginning of the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022.

Today’s doodle shows six female figures on the pitch amid an attentive audience.

Now in its 12th edition, the Women’s Cricket World Cup began at the Oval Stadium in New Zealand today. The homepage showcases the doodle for the Women’s Cricket World Cup. Clicking on the doodle will activate cricket balls that move on your screen from the left to the right

From the looks of it, this little game will carry some people through the day, away from the bend of boredom.

fans usually look out for Google doodles and celebrate them when they come. Through doodles, the search engine has kept fans in touch with what happened in the past, what’s happening in the present, as well as the people who made great contributions to the advancement of mankind.

The doodle started way back in 1998, when Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of the search engine, decided to use the Burning Man logo over the second “O” in the company’s corporate logo. Google doodle has continued to evolve since then.

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