Ukraine coach Oleg Blokhin said Wednesday his veteran striker Andrei Shevchenko, whose brace saw off Sweden 2-1 in the co-hosts' Euro 2012 opener on Monday, was unhurt after a minor traffic accident.
"It was a minor accident - not serious at all. He was not hurt," Blokhin said. "He was accompanying his wife to the airport.
Shevchenko was present at training Wednesday at Kiev's Valeriy Lobanovsky stadium.