Schweinsteiger takes picture of unknowing fan with Fire players

The former Manchester United and Bayern Munich star ended up behind the camera as a fan looked for a picture with Chicago players

Bastian Schweinsteiger must be having a ball with some of things that have happened since he came to Major League Soccer. 

First, he was asked about winning a World Cup with the Chicago Fire during his introductory press conference. Now, he's being asked to take photos of his less famous team-mates for fans.

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Chicago assistant coach Eric Gehrig tweeted out this photo of an unwitting fan who wanted to take a picture with the Fire players, with the supporter clearly not knowing who the man taking the picture was. 

In fairness, this took place Toronto, where the Fire will be playing Friday night, so it's not in the club's home city where the German might be a little more recognizable. But you do wonder what her reaction will be when somebody explains to her who the man behind the camera was. 


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