Bastian Schweinsteiger thought he had scored his first Manchester United goal in last weekend’s 2-1 victory at Waford, but his late winner eventually went down as a Troy Deeney own goal.
Seven days on and he’s at it again. However, this time his name will remain on the scoresheet. Schweinsteiger has drawn United level against Leicester City.
The German escaped Shinji Okazaki in the Leicester penalty area to powerfully head home on the stroke of half time, after Jamie Vardy had fired the Foxes in front with a record-breaking strike.
Schweinsteiger is known as a regular goalscorer from midfield. He has scored 23 times in 114 senior internationals for Germany.
To put that into some context, Steven Gerrard only netted 21 times in his 114 England games.
Half time: Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United