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Thomas Muller Photobombs Bastian Schweinsteiger and Paddy McNair Picture

Thomas Muller Photobombs Bastian Schweinsteiger and Paddy McNair Picture

Thomas Muller just couldn’t resist getting involved in a picture between Bastian Schweinsteiger and Manchester United team-mate Paddy McNair.

They all faced off yesterday as Germany beat Northern Ireland 1-0 in their final group game of Euro 2016.

McNair didn’t make it off the bench, while Muller started and Schweinsteiger came on a substitute during the Parc des Princes clash.

But they caught up after the game, with Schweinsteiger appearing to take a selfie alongside McNair – only for Muller to appear at the side.

And if this is a photobomb it definitely made us laugh:

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It’s a picture which will probably end up making United fans excited at the thought of Muller turning out for their team in the future.

But it looks unlikely considering the German striker is still very much a regular player at Bayern Munich.

And all three players looked happy with the result which put Germany into the last 16 and Northern Ireland on the verge of it.

Results went Northern Ireland’s way last night so they will make the knockout stage as one of the best third-placed teams in the group stages.

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