Thursday’s World Cup 2014 Doodle Steers clear of Controversy

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Google’s World Cup 2014 doodle on Wednesday was once geared toward highlighting the ‘Streets of Rio’, and depicted the favelas or slums of the city. This had come below sharp criticism from a component of folks across the globe, which deemed the doodle as ‘offensive’ and stated it made light of the ‘poverty of Brazil’. On the other hand, others felt that leaving the favelas out would quantity to fully neglecting the issue.

Evidently with Thursday’s World Cup 2014 doodle, Google has chosen to keep away from any such controversy. Going again to its theme of constructing happy doodles in-sync with the footballing mood of Brazil, the newest doodle (number 17) options the 2d ‘G’ in the doodle showcasing its footballing abilities with the fairway and canary yellow ball, (the only consistent through all the doodles). While the other letters are standstill, the second ‘g’ performs what’s popularly known as ‘keepy-uppies’- controlling the ball without letting it touch the ground.

The doodle is seen in most elements of the arena, sans parts of East, North and West Africa. Clicking on Thursday’s doodle shows search outcomes for World Cup 2014, including the are living 2014 Fifer World Cup schedule and rankings widget, aside from the most recent news on what is thought to be the world’s biggest wearing experience.

With World Cup 2014, the Jules Rimed trophy is extensively touted to come back home to Brazil for the sixth time. Even though the five time champions will face stiff competitors from the likes of the Argentinians, the Germans and the Dutch. It would also be a first for Brazil if they win the world Cup on home soil.

Thursday’s World Cup 2014 doodle additionally represents the road footballing culture of Brazil, where keepy-uppies are steadily practiced via players to give a boost to their ball keep an eye on as well as focus. The fashion emerged closely all the way through the 50’s, 60’s and used to be subtle in the 70’s when Brazil showcased its dominance in world soccer.

World Cup 2014 has already been affected by problems of misappropriation of dollars, corruption fees towards local construction corporations and executive businesses. In times like these the native inhabitants has been fervently hoping for the Verde-Amarelle (the fairway and yellow-nickname of the national soccer group) to elevate the trophy for a file sixth time on dwelling soil.

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