Germany defender Joshua Kimmich has said his training ground bust-up with teammate Antonio Rudiger on Wednesday was "not that unusual."
Bayern Munich's Kimmich and Chelsea's Rudiger almost came to blows after Kimmich took exception to a challenge, with assistant coach Miroslav Klose intervening before the situation could escalate.
Asked about the incident with Rudiger, Kimmich said it could show that the attitude in the camp was right.
"The scene was not that unusual, either," he told reporters. "On the contrary -- if everyone wants to win, let's get down to business."
PSG midfielder Draxler received an accidental elbow to the face while competing for the ball with Manchester City's Leroy Sane but was able to resume after treatment and the use of an ice pack to the head at the training session in Italy.