Google is celebrating the India National Cricket at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, popularly called the Gabba. The Google search engine is showing virtual fireworks once you type India National Cricket Team. The celebratory move by Google comes in response to India’s success during the Border-Gavaskar Test series in which it defeated Australia in the fourth and final test match on Tuesday. The three-wicket win after successfully chasing a 328-run target also triggered users on social media, with netizens celebrating the achievement on platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
Through a tweet posted on Wednesday, Google announced the arrival of virtual fireworks on search query “India National Cricket Team”. “Still celebrating India’s win? Us too,” Google tweeted.
Still celebrating India’s win? Us too ✨
Search for “India National Cricket Team” for a surprise 🏏
— Google India (@GoogleIndia) January 20, 2021
A victory to be remembered for ages. The celebration is still on! 🍾🎊 #INDvsAUS#IndianCricketTeam #brisbanetest #fortressgabbabreached pic.twitter.com/iYfvtrJ0zq
— Karan Kishore (@KaranKishore10) January 20, 2021
The tricolor fireworks appear on the screen once search results for the India National Cricket Team keyword surface on the Google site. You can experience the virtual celebration by searching for India National Cricket Team on your desktop or mobile devices. Several cricket lovers are thanking Google for the update.
The Indian Cricket team‘s historic winning at the Gabba has brought the country to the number one spot in ICC World Test Championship standings, moving Australia to the third position. It was also the first match in the past 32 years that Australia lost on the Brisbane ground.