Google Doodles London 2012 Football: How many Penalty Shots did You Defend? [Video]

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    Google Doodles London 2012 Football: How many Penalty Shots did You Defend? [Video]

     

    On each passing day of the ongoing London 2012 Olympics, Google is demonstrating an exciting Doodle dedicated to a specific discipline. Especially, for the past three days, the search engine giant has been demonstrating playable Doodles.

    Today, Google has a new game for its visitors with the London 2012 Football Doodle. The game takes you to the football field where you are the goalkeeper striving to defend the penalty shots kicked by your opponent.

    The Doodle features a score board showing the number of goals you have defended and a board that counts the number of goals scored by your opponent. The letters of the official Google logo are placed haphazardly on the sides of the goal post. The game gets over once your opponent has scored three strikes against you. Play the London 2012 Football game below.

    London 2012 Football is the fifteenth Doodle related to the ongoing Olympic Games. It is also the fourth consecutive playable and interactive Doodle demonstrated by the search engine giant. Since Tuesday, Google has demonstrated playable Doodles like London 2012 Hurdles, London 2012 BasketBall and London 2012 Slalom Canoe.

    Did you play the Football Doodle? How many penalty shots did you defend? Share your score with us.

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