India vs Bangladesh: Google celebrates Cricket World Cup quarter final match with doodle

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New Delhi | Published: March 19, 2015 11:33 AM

India vs Bangladesh: To celebrate the quarter final match between the two South Asian neighbours, Google releases another doddle...

India vs Bangladesh, India vs Bangladesh cricket, cricket world cupIndia vs Bangladesh: India’s Ajinkya Rahane watches the ball while batting against Bangladesh during their Cricket World Cup quarterfinal match in Melbourne, Australia. (AP)

On the eve of India vs Bangladesh match in the quarter finals of the Cricket world Cup in Melbourne, Google released another doddle  to commemorate the knock-out stage of the quadrennial tournament.

The Google doodle depicting batsmen with the flags of both the India and Bangladesh in the background with the caption of “It’s India v Bangladesh in the Quarter-Finals.”

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India are overwhelming favourites to win the match against their South Asian neighbour and advance to a semi-final against either Australia or Pakistan.

India vs Bangladesh, India vs Bangladesh cricket, cricket world cupIndia vs Bangladesh: Bangladesh’s bowler Rubel Hossain (R) celebrates with team mates after dismissing India’s Virat Kohli for 3 runs during their Cricket World Cup quarter-final match in Melbourne. (Reuters)

The reigning champions were undefeated in their six pool games and have won 24, lost three and tied one of their previous 28 matches against Bangladesh.

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