Guzan spoke and had an interview with commentators during the game between MLS All-Star and Juventus. American goalkeeper Brad Guzan was mic’d up during an MLS All-Star game against Juventus on Wednesday, August 1.The Americans have long been micing up players during games in basketball and American football.On Wednesday night, Guzan granted an in-game interview as he was mic’d up during an MLS All-Star game against Juventus.The conversation started with the MLS All-Stars team in possession in Juventus half.“I’ve noticed throughout your career you’re much more confident than you were in the early days. What is your que on which pass to play?” lead commentator Taylor Twellman asked.“Here at Atlanta we work on playing out from the back, right foot, left foot and trying to pick a pass. If it doesn’t come off, it doesn’t come off but Tata (Gerardo Martino) encourages us to play and try and keep the ball,” the goalkeeper responded. “Our front three aren’t the biggest but if they need to they can deal with the ball in the air.”Mic’d up Guzan was also heard barking orders at his teammates as he screamed: “Yes, come home, come home!”“Oh, good feet,” he added before apologising to the commentators for screaming in their ears.When asked how hard it was to speak to the commentators during a game, Guzan didn’t answer as he conceded a goal shortly after.Mic’ing up athletes is a regular practice in American sports while interacting with commentators during a game has already been widely used in cricket.