Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger scored his first international goal in almost five years as Germany saw off Ukraine in their Euro 2016 opener in Lille on Sunday. The veteran midfielder had only been on the pitch a few moments when he latched onto a fine cross from Mesut Özil, catching the ball perfectly on the half-volley and walloping the ball unstoppably into the top corner. It sealed a 2-0 victory for Joachim Löw's men.
Of course, it's a little knee-jerk to make judgements on the back of one moment, but this goal just shows the technique and -- most promisingly -- the energy that Schweinsteiger could still offer at Old Trafford in the upcoming season. There's no doubting that his opening season in the Premier League was a disappointing one, though if he manages to produce a few moments like this under José Mourinho, he'd soon establish himself as a very handy player indeed.
Source: FredSports /r/soccer