Here are the most tending searches on Google in 2020

Google revealed its annual Year in Search Pakistan

Karachi: Google today revealed its annual Year in Search Pakistan, which looks back at 2020 from the common eyes of Google Pakistan searches and gives a view on the big events, hottest developments, and behavioral shifts of the year due to searches performed in Pakistan based on Covid-19. Much like any other year, this year’s trending searches were dominated by everyone’s favorite sport.

Trending searches of 2020
Pakistan vs England
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan
Google Classroom
US Election 2020
PSL 2020
India vs New Zealand
England vs Australia
England vs West indies

Trending people searches of 2020
Marvi Sarmad
Uzma Khan
Joe Biden
Alizeh Shah
Hareem Shah
Minahil Malik
Falak Shabir
Asim Azhar
Esra Bilgiç
Sarah Khan

Trending Movies and TV searches of 2020
Mere Paas Tum Ho
Money Heist
Bigg Boss 14
Mirzapur Season 2
Mera Dil Mera Dushman
Kuruluş: Osman

Trending searches about Coronavirus
Thank you, coronavirus helpers
Coronavirus tips
Coronavirus update
corona cases
Pakistan Medical Council
symptoms of coronavirus
coronavirus vaccine

Trending event and occasion searches of 2020
US Election
Leap day
International women’s day
Australia fire
Gilgit Baltistan election 2020
Beirut blast
Motorway incident
Kabaddi world cup 2020
Under 19 world cup
Lhabib vs Gaethje

Trending gadget searches of 2020
Huawei Y9a
Infinix note 7
Vivo v20
iPhone 12
Infinix hot 9
OPPO f17 pro
Vivo s1
Vivo y20
Vivo y51
Huawei Y6p

In addition to revealing what people in Pakistan were curious about, Google Search tools also give insight into which subjects caught the interest of the whole world in 2020. To discover the remainder of the year in Search stories and top trending charts from countries across the globe, visit

What is Google’s Year in Search?
In an analysis of the over one trillion search requests we get each year, Google shows the Internet’s spirit of the times. We also provide many resources that offer insight into global, geographic, historical, and current search patterns, in addition to year-end searches, which illustrate the top trends of the year.

To classify individual users, Google Search methods will never be used because we rely on anonymized, aggregated counts of how often those search queries appear over time. At, these instruments are available year-round for you to experiment with, sample, and learn about.

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