If you took in the U.S. vs. Mexico match on Wednesday night there’s a good chance you were online while the game was on TV.
Long gone are the days of the television commentators being the only voice that matters during a live sporting event. With the advent of Twitter fans, players and pundits provide their own commentary and consume multiple voices over the course of the match.
Here’s what the Twitteratti had to say about the U.S. 1-1 draw with Mexico.
@happykappy7 jonathan kaplan
It's going to be a sad day when Landon Donovan is no longer playing for the national team. He is good ... really good.
@robbierogers Robbie Rogers
Just happy we didn't lose again to Mexico! Ankle is killing me.
@OrtizKicks Jose de Jesus Ortiz
The U.S. dominated the 2nd half, maybe deserved more than 1-1 draw. Look forward to seeing rivalry between Mexico-U.S. grow under Klinsmann.
@BeyondthePitch Beyond the Pitch
Kilnsi + Brek Shea = bromance ... feeling a vibe there
If you want to name a man of the match for the United States it has to be Brek Shea for the sheer fact that he completely changed the game.
@LSanchez06 Luis Sanchez
The USMNT should be built around Torres and Donovan. I believe in Jurgen Klinsmann.