VIDEO: Schweinsteiger scores for the Chicago Fire against New England

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The German is finding the US to his liking, having scored twice in his three appearances since moving across the Atlantic

Even at the peak of his powers, Bastian Schweinsteiger was never noted as a goalscoring midfielder, yet in the twilight of his career he appears ready to transform his game in the MLS.

Falcao scores a brilliant free-kick winner

Having played three matches for the Chicago Fire, he now has a couple of goals to his credit.

The 32-year-old opened his account on his debut against the Montreal Impact and added another to his tally on Saturday against the New England Revolution. 

It was a superbly taken goal, as he gathered possession just outside the box, taking a deft first touch that allowed him to drift by a couple of challenges before sending an angled shot into the net.

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The Fire picked up a 3-0 win that means they are undefeated since the veteran Bayern Munich and Manchester United man debuted.

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