Degerfors substitute is poked in the eye by player he replaced at Östers
(Image: Twitter/Joakim Ousbäck)

VIDEO: Degerfors substitute poked in the eye by player he replaced

Botched high five results in injury.

Världens genom tiderna kortaste inhopp?!?! Det är till och med kortare än Gustav Edbergs inhopp mot Lyrestad 2005, när han joggade in till tonerna av domarens halvtids-vissla för att sedan börja andra halvlek… På bänken.😎🙈🦄 pic.twitter.com/z3o8UMdBU1

— Joakim Ousbäck (@Ousback) April 16, 2019

Substituted Degerfors midfielder Axel Lindahl accidentally poked his replacement Mattias Özgun in the eye during Tuesday’s 1-1 draw with Östers.

The Swedish second tier match at the Myresjöhus Arena was entering its final stages when Degerfors head coach Stefan Jacobsson made the switch.

Last night in the Swedish second division a player got poked in the eye during a high-five and had to go off injured 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/IveAy4r4i0

— OddsChecker (@OddsCheckerUS) April 17, 2019

Lindahl exchanges high fives with Özgun on his way off the pitch but gets it badly wrong and ends up planting a stray finger in his team-mate’s eye.

21-year-old Özgun, on loan from Elfsborg, had to go straight back off again to receive treatment.

In the game itself, early goals from Carl Johansson and Rasmus Alm ensured a share of the spoils that leaves Degerfors 2nd in the nascent Superettan table.