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It's Day 11 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and Google Doodle marks Sunday as it continues its series on the mega event's 32 participating countries and their rich football culture.

The Doodle for Sunday shows the six teams in Group G and H that will be at the main event in Russia – England, Panama, Japan, Colombia, Senegal and Poland

If you click on the doodle , it is moved from one country to the next. Each illustration shows the football culture of their nation and makes the sport unique for them.

  Google Doodle for the 11th World Cup Day

Google Doodle for the 11th FIFA World Cup Day

About the Football Culture In Colombia Diego Cadena Bejarano, the artist behind the Google Doodle of the country, said that the World Cup is a time when everyone comes together and leaves their differences at the door. He believes that football helps people forget the hardships they have suffered and helps them to look forward to a better future.

Meanwhile, England's Celyn Brazier believes that the World Cup is, at best, a typical English national event

Shinji Tsuchimochi, the artist from Japan, described football as a familiar sport that is the subject of comics and animation. He added that Japanese children playing football have their dream of one day becoming heroes by touching on such things.

Świętosław "Slawek" Fedorczuk from Poland believes that football is more a celebration and fans of all generations connect children to elders, even if they are not interested in the game every day

Senegal Pamplemus firmly believes that football is something What's special about the country is that people are used to playing with their loved ones on the beach in the evenings and debating games.

In the first encounter on Super Sunday, England will Panama in a group G encounter. England will try to win the knockout round with a win.

The other two games on June 24 are group H encounters, with Japan competing against Senegal in Ekaterinburg. The winner of this encounter qualifies for the next round.

In the final of the day, Colombia and Poland face each other at 11.30pm IST. Both teams are losing and looking for a change in fate to stay alive in the tournament.

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