Haddin injury a real eye-opener
Brad Haddin's eye will be assessed before Wednesday's second one-day international against India after a wayward high-five from a team-mate forced the Australia wicketkeeper from the field during Sunday's 72-run win in Pune.
Fast bowler James Faulkner had just dismissed India opener Shikhar Dhawan caught behind, and bolted down the wicket in celebration.
Haddin raised his hands in front of his face awaiting a double high-five - but it all went wrong when Faulkner missed the gloves and poked the 35-year-old directly in the eye.
The jubilation turned to panic when Haddin immediately slumped to the ground with his head in his hands.
He tried to play on but lasted just one ball before seeking treatment off the field, with Phil Hughes left to fill the void behind the stumps.
The injury is not expected to cause long-term damage, but has left Haddin in doubt for Wednesday's match in Jaipur.
"How embarrassing is that? We couldn't even get our high-fives right," captain George Bailey joked after the match.
"What about just a handshake? Just take it back to 'well bowled'."
Hughes went on to take two catches and India were bowled out for 232 - well short of Australia's 304 for eight.
"We were trying to work out whether he came back out because his eye was all right or if he was nervous because Hughesy was keeping so well," Bailey added.
"He might've been under the pump."