The Google homepage is simple, sleek and straight to the point. But often, the familiar and colorful logo receives a quirky upgrade with Google Doodles.
Introduced in 1998 to show off the company's presence at the Burning Man Festival (seriously), Google Doodles have become a staple to the company's otherwise plain homepage, celebrating events, holidays, anniversaries and the lives of important public figures.
Much like the rest of the Internet, Google Doodles have been consumed by the World Cup. The team even sent a few of their Doodlers to Brazil to create live and topical illustrations of the world-wide sporting event.
Since the beginning of the tournament, the Google Doodle artistic team has created more than 60 animated drawings inspired by the events at the World Cup.
Test your World Cup knowledge by guessing the corresponding match to each Doodle.