World Cup 2014: Google features another interactive doodle on Day 2
Zee Media Bureau/Shruti Saxena
New Delhi: To celebrate the world`s biggest sporting extravaganza, Brazil FIFA World Cup 2014, Internet giant Google came up with an interactive doodle on the second day too of the grand event.
Users were greeted with a doodle which celebrates yesterday`s glittering opening ceremony hosted by Brazil and the victory of the host nation.
The doodle has an interactive play button, which when clicked shows the letter `L` in the word Google depicting a dancing tree person moving up and down with a ball in the Brazilian colours of green and yellow signifying its victory over its rivals Croatia. Also, the letter `E` is depicted playing a drum celebrating the win of Brazil in yesterday`s match.
The doodle also features two tabs, one of which when clicked gives information about other doodles related to FIFA World Cup and the second tab allows the user to share the same on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.
On the first day of World Cup 2014, Google honoured the beginning of the event with another colourful doodle.
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