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Google Bursts Virtual Firecrackers To Celebrate India's Historic Test Series Win Over Australia

The whole of India is celebrating team India's historic Test series win over Australia. Many cricket fans from across the globe are also lauding India's determination to pull off a win against the mighty Aussies. With so many wishes flooding in from everywhere, even Google didn't miss a chance to congratulate India's cricket team.

Google had a very special way to commemorate Team India's historic win against the Aussies to retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy. The search engine would burst virtual firecrackers each time anyone would search for India Cricket Team.

What is unique about these virtual fireworks is that they are tricolour representing India's flag. All of Team India's fans are rejoiced by this wonderful gesture by the Google team.

Speaking of the epic tour down under, Team India crushed the Aussies to win the four-match Test series by 2-1. It is an incredible turnaround after being thrashed for 36 all-out in the first Test in Adelaide. It happens to be the lowest-ever score by any team in the longest format of cricket.

Team India crushed everyone's expectations who did not believe in them after skipper Virat Kohli left Australia for paternity leave. Apart from Kohli, many of India's key players were also injured making them unavailable.

With not having their first-choice bowlers, the selectors chose the new players. These players astonished everyone with their determination and positive outlook.

Google announced these virtual firecrackers via a tweet. The tweet reads, 'Still celebrating India's win? Us too. Search for India National Cricket Team (sic).

Taking to his social media handle, Google CEO Sundar Pichai also congratulated team India for their historic Test series win.

Apart from Sundar Pichai, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also lauded the Ajinkya Rahane-led side for winning the four-match Test series against Australia.

Team India's standby skipper Ajinkya Rahane who led Team India to victory in the absence of Virat Kohli also received a grand welcome on his return to India.

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