Google’s World Cup 2014 Animated Doodle for Tuesday Is About ‘One Touch’


Google has gone back to focusing on core footballing skills with its World Cup 2014 doodle forTuesday. The focus of the World Cup doodles have alternately been about some of the most anticipated encounters and about the footballing fervour associated with the sport. Occasionally, Google has also managed to stir up a controversy or two with its World Cup 2014 doodles.

After Monday’s football at the workplace doodle that also celebrated the game between Netherlands and Chile Google’s ‘One Touch’ doodle on Tuesday focuses on some difficult footballing tricks.

Doodle number 28 from the World Cup 2014 series has the first four letters of the word staring at the ‘E’. The ‘L’ is in the form of a palm tree. The ‘E’ on the other hand, which is a stick figure, is practicing kicking the ball alternately by its right and left foot without letting it hit the ground. The Google doodle also marks a comeback for the green and canary yellow football, which missed its place on the doodle roster for Monday’s ‘football at the workplace’ World Cup 2014 doodle.

The ‘one touch’ World Cup 2014 doodle is visible in most parts of the world, save for the upper parts of East, West and North Africa and a part of far South East Asia. Some of the other footballing skills-related doodles include the keepy-uppies doodle and the dribbling doodle, amongst others.

Clicking on the image of the doodle, users are redirected to search results for World Cup 2014. The results give out the score sheets of the latest matches, news related to the World Cup 2014, the teams and players and the schedule of the upcoming games of the day. There was also a doodle that celebrated the famed ‘Mexican wave’ last week. All the World Cup 2014 doodles can also be seen at the Google doodle archive.

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