World Cup 2018: fifth day of the event wins six Google Doodles | Internet

World Cup 2018: fifth day of the event wins six Google Doodles | Internet

The World Cup reaches the fifth day of the championship this Monday (18th) and celebrated by Google with six different Doodles. The designs alternate with each other in place of the searcher's logo when the page is updated, and depict the countries that will participate in the three games today: Sweden and South Korea (which face each other at 9 am, in the time of Braslia), Belgium and Panama ( departure that occurs at noon), and Tunsia and England, which close the day with a dispute at 15h.

The variety of Doodles, which were created by native illustrators from each of the nations entering the field today, is part of the Google project for the 2018 World Cup: each of the drawings illustrates what football means for the country represented on them. The objective is to celebrate the richness of cultural diversity and the talent of the 32 nations participating in the World Cup.

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When clicking on the "play" button, the six different Doodles are displayed Photo: Reproduo / Google

The illustration designed by the South Korean Subin Yang brings adults and children watching a football match on the banks of a river, while eating fried chicken and cheering for their country. The unity and excitement of the people represents South Korea's interest in football, as Subin explains in saying what sport means to the nation: We see football beyond a sport. When the team wins a game, people are proud of their country.

South Korean doodle shows departure to river banks Photo: Reproduo / GoogleSouth Korean doodle shows departure to river banks Photo: Reproduo / Google

South Korean doodle shows departure to river banks Photo: Reproduo / Google

Linnea Sterte created the Doodle that honors Sweden. In it, children play a game of football in a field, and trees adorn the place.

Sweden was represented with a soccer match between children Foto: Reproduo / GoogleSweden was represented with a soccer match between children Foto: Reproduo / Google

Sweden was represented with a soccer match between children Foto: Reproduo / Google

The Belgian Doodle, made by Sam Vanallemeersch, has several elements and colors, which can make it a bit confusing at first. It is possible to watch a football match, while one of the players doubts with the coach at the same time that he kicks the ball towards the goal. In the background, a castle shows the audience watching the match.

Animated football game represents Belgium in Doodle Photo: Reproduo / GoogleAnimated football game represents Belgium in Doodle Photo: Reproduo / Google

Animated football game represents Belgium in Doodle Photo: Reproduo / Google

Panam was illustrated with a match made in a forest. Among birds, butterflies and flowers, Juan Tang Hon drew a tall player about to kick the ball. Around, fans and a couple watch the dispute with expectation.

Panama doodle shows departure in the forest Photo: Reproduo / GooglePanama doodle shows departure in the forest Photo: Reproduo / Google

Panama doodle shows departure in the forest Photo: Reproduo / Google

Tunisia considers football, in the view of illustrator Noha Habaibe, to be a passion that people share with each other. In the drawing, boys play on the street, and people sitting on sidewalks cheer for the match. The place is also decorated with country flags.

Children play soccer on the street in Doodle from Tunisia Photo: Reproduo / GoogleChildren play soccer on the street in Doodle from Tunisia Photo: Reproduo / Google

Children play soccer on the street in Doodle from Tunisia Photo: Reproduo / Google

The champion country of the 1966 World Cup won a colorful Doodle in which lions play football. Celyn Brazier made reference to the nickname of the English team of the three lions. Football is one of the most popular sports in the country, so the World Cup is one of the most watched events in England.

Lions represent England in Doodle Photo: Reproduction / GoogleLions represent England in Doodle Photo: Reproduction / Google

Lions represent England in Doodle Photo: Reproduction / Google

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The history of Google Doodles

The history of Google Doodles