Egypt forward Mohamed Zidan has been embroiled in a training-ground scuffle with young goalkeeper Ahmed Al-Shennawi on Wednesday.
The duo, who was preparing for a match practice at the end of the session, was caught by cameras in what seemed to be a heated conversation turning into a bust-up.
Egypt goalkeeping coach Zaki Abdul-Fattah played down incident as he revealed why Zidan got upset from his teammate.
"All what happened is that Al-Shennawi hit a ball that almost struck Zidan's head, so he blamed him," Abdul-Fattah told FilGoal.com.
"It was just a normal moment of anger and everything is OK now. The two had dinner with their teammates as if nothing had happened."
Egypt prepare to fly to Conakry on Thursday to meet Guinea in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers next week.