2010 FIFA World Cup will take place between 11 June and 11 July 2010 in South Africa and the entire world is flying to the southern African nation in order to witness some of the best teams fight it out on the field.
Those who can’t make it to the venue would surely be glued to their TVs or the computer screens in order to learn the latest developments at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Now, most of us use the Internet in order to keep ourselves updated with soccer scores and thus Google has paid homage to 2010 FIFA World Cup in the way of creating a special Bottom Google Doodle which reads “Gooooooooal” instead of the usual “Google” logo.
Google might also see this as an opportunity to thank the football community for increasing its search traffic, for millions of people around the world are bound to use Google search engine to look for updates, information and trivia related to football and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The Bottom Google Doodle appears when you type “World Cup”, in the search result page. You could also take a look at the incredibly cool Google Barcode Doodle or the previous Google Pacman Game which were yet other ways of Google proving their creativity in designing company logos, which are changed almost every day.