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Borussia Dortmund's substitute keeper, Mitchell Langerak, had the opportunity of playing Champions League in Napoli after starting keeper, Roman Weidenfeller, saw a red card.

Dortmund didn't just lose the match, their keeper also lost part of his two frontal teeth after smashing his face into the post. To make matters worse, the play in which Langerak broke his teeth resulted in Lorenzo Insgine's free kick golazo that meant the difference. However, Langerak took matters lightly as he posted an image of himself smiling and showing off his war wounds.

"Out to fix my teeth! Goalpost 1 x 0 Langerak," posted the keeper on his Instragram account.

Langerak is not the first player that has to visit the dentist this year, Ronaldinho also did it to correct his crooked teeth.