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Google Kicks Off ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 With A Doodle


New Delhi: Google on Thursday launched its official doodle to mark the opening day of ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 in India.

When you open Google on your smartphones, laptops, tablets, etc., the prominent display will showcase the Google doodle featuring two ducks running across the stumps and engaging in a game of cricket.

This year marks the 13th edition of the World Cup since its start in 1975, featuring ten national teams competing for the trophy.

45 matches will be played in the group stage, with every team having the opportunity to compete against all the others once.

Teams from Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, and Sri Lanka will be participating in the World Cup.

Only four teams will advance to the knockout stage, comprising two semi-final matches and a cup final to be held in Ahmedabad.

The tournament will be played across various cities in India, including Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Dharamsala, and Pune.

The first match of the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 takes place today between the 2019’s returning champions, England, and the runners-up, New Zealand, at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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