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Google releases two new search features for the ICC World T20 2016

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Google releases two new search features for the ICC World T20 2016

With the ICC World Twenty20 now in full swing, Google has launched two new experimental features in search to keep up with all the news updates about players, personalities and commentators, and a new live sports commentary panel.

Now, if you want to read captain cool MS Dhoni’s latest match reflections or see what Virat Kohli’s been up to on and off the pitch during the ICC World T20, the new Google search features will bring you a detailed update on all this and more.


 Google is also making it easier for cricket lovers to search for commentary from a wide range of players. Now, when you search for cricket and ICC World Twenty20 related queries like “T20” or team names during and after matches, you’ll see real-time commentary on the match from a range of cricket stars.

These new search features will be experimental and will run only during the ICC World T20 2016. 


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