A series of coordinated attacks in Brussels left 34 people dead on Tuesday after a spate of bombings in Turkey in recent weeks.
Schweinsteiger used his personal Instagram account to offer his sympathy to the victims and their families as he issued a message of support on social media.
The Germany midfielder posted the picture above on his personal Instagram account and wrote: “Yesterday’s attack in Belgium was one of many attacks worldwide in recent weeks and months. My sincerest condolences to all the victims, their families and everyone affected by this terrible tragedies. #PrayForTheWorld”
Schweinsteiger missed Germany training on Wednesday after suffering a knee injury, which makes him a doubt for this weekend’s friendly clash against England in Berlin.
The World Cup winner has only just returned to action from a knee injury for Manchester United.
Schweinsteiger has made 18 Premier League appearances for United so far this season after joining from Bayern Munich in the summer transfer window, but has only scored one goal in the top flight.
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