The Bundesliga champion is not too concerned by the midfielder's ankle problem and expects him to be back shortly.
The German champion went down 2-1 to the MLS All-Stars on Wednesday, despite taking the lead through a stunning strike from new signing Robert Lewandowski.
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Bayern coach Pep Guardiola was unimpressed with the over-zealous nature of some of the All-Stars' challenges, and the Spaniard refused to shake the hand of opposite number Caleb Porter immediately after the final whistle.
Schweinsteiger, only introduced as a substitute for Juan Bernat with 10 minutes to go, picked up an ankle problem but a message on the club's official Twitter account calmed any fears of any serious injury.
"Update on @BSchweinsteiger: He has a bruised ankle but nothing serious," it read. "Get well soon, Basti!"
Bayern returns to competitive action next week when the club takes on Borussia Dortmund in the German Super Cup.