South Africa's champion all-rounder Jacques Kallis sent a scare through the Proteas camp after hurting his finger during a game in the Champions League Twenty20 on Saturday night.
Kallis was struck on the glove by a delivery from his Proteas teammate Morne Morkel during Kolkata Knight Riders' run chase against Delhi Daredevils in Centurion.
He was forced to retire hurt and headed to hospital for an x-ray, which did not reveal a fracture.
Kolkata, however, are unsure whether Kallis will play in the team's next match, against Auckland in Cape Town on Monday.
"Hi Guys. Thanks for all the concerns. Had X-Ray and showed no break which is great news. Just a cut on finger that needs to heal," Kallis tweeted after the game.
The South Africans already have injury concerns to another star player, AB de Villiers, who is battling a back complaint which has him in doubt for the upcoming Test series in Australia.
De Villiers' Twenty20 franchise Titans has kept him in their Champions League squad though the star batsman is unlikely to play any part in the tournament.