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2010 FIFA World Cup final fever grips Google doodle Last Updated : 30 Nov -0001 12:00:00 AM IST
As the title clash for 2010 FIFA World Cup final between Spain vs Netherlands is set to kick off in few hours, soccer mania is at its peak across the globe.
Not only soccer lovers and fans of both the countries, the search engine giant google has also change its doodle in FIFA World Cup 2010.
The new google doodle is celebrating the mega grand finale, which shows the stadium where the 2010 FIFA final will be played.
When you click on the 2010 FIFA World Cup Google Doodle it will take you to the page showing details of the final.
You can also see the news related to final between Spain vs Netherlands.
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