Google is celebrating the victory of the Indian cricket team at the Brisbane Cricket Ground (commonly known as Gaba). After entering the Indian national cricket team, the search engine will display virtual fireworks. Google’s celebration was a response to India’s success in the Border-Gavaskar test series, which defeated Australia in the fourth and final test game on Tuesday. After successfully pursuing 328 goals, three consecutive victories won users on social media, and netizens celebrated this achievement on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Through a tweet published on Wednesday, Google announced the use of virtual fireworks in the search query “India National Cricket Team”.
“Still celebrating India’s victory? So are we.” Tweet.
Once the query result of the Indian national cricket team on the Google website appears on the screen, the three-color fireworks will appear on the screen.
You can experience the virtual celebration by searching for the Indian National Cricket Team on your desktop or mobile device. Several cricket enthusiasts thanked Google for the update.
India’s historic victory in Gabba Brought it The country ranked first in the ICC World Test Championship standings, raising Australia to third place. This is also Australia’s first defeat at the Brisbane Stadium in the past 32 years.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella both congratulated the Indian cricket team for winning the four-match series.
One of the greatest test series ever.Congratulations to India and outstanding performance in Australia #INDvsAUS
-Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) January 19, 2021
The last hour of the last day of the last test. The age of the test series. Congratulations to the Indian team!
-Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) January 19, 2021
India’s victory made #INDvsAUS and #TeamIndia two popular hashtags on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, with thousands of posts celebrating the victory.
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