One of the world's best free-kick specialists could be missing from the Yugoslav lineup for today's exhibition against South China at the Hong Kong Stadium after injuring a toe on his deadly left foot in training yesterday. Lazio star Sinisa Mihajlovic, often compared with Roberto Carlos and David Beckham for his devastating free-kicks, needed medical attention after tearing his toenail at Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground. Mihajlovic, who played an instrumental part in helping Lazio win the Italian Serie A title, had his foot strapped but continued training, although he looked in pain at the end of the 90-minute workout. The 31-year-old defender also had his ankle strapped, although it is not clear whether he had aggravated an old ankle injury or had it taped up as a precautionary measure. Yugoslav coach Vujadin Boskov refused to comment on Mihajlovic's condition but Yugoslav team officials said the player should be fit for today's encounter - Yugoslavia's last warm-up match before this month's European Championship finals - and is expected to take his place in the starting lineup. There were no surprises as Boskov dropped midfielders Mladen Krstajic and Nenad Grozdic, both 26, from his final 22-strong squad for the Euro 2000 competition in Belgium and Holland. The Yugoslav boss had refused to reveal his squad until the last moment to allow his players to concentrate on today's match. Meanwhile, troubled South China winger Lee Kin-wo said he will be hoping to put his worries behind him and concentrate on the match. Lee was involved in a bizarre incident during last Sunday's Hong Kong-Macau Interport when he was punched by Macau referee Choi Kuok-kun. Lee had intentionally kicked the ball at Choi after the referee showed him the red card for verbal abuse. Choi ran over and punched him and Lee responded with a swing of his own before other players waded in and separated the pair. Choi was subsequently banned for life by the Macau FA, while Lee will know his fate in less than two weeks' time when the Hong Kong FA's Disciplinary Committee meets. 'It will be hard to concentrate on the match when you have this hovering over your head,' said Lee. 'But I just have to put that aside for a moment and concentrate on the match. 'I will accept my punishment and I take responsibility for my actions,' he said. Elsewhere, the Hong Kong Football Club Philips Lighting International Sevens begins today at Sports Road. Attention will be centred on the 16-team veterans' competition, which has attracted a host of household names including former Manchester United star and current Coventry manager Gordon Strachan, ex-England international Tony Morley and former Liverpool stalwarts Phil Neal and Alan Kennedy and Gary Gillespie, who will form the Philips All-Stars team.