On Matchday 29 RB Leipzig midfielder Diego Demme scored his first ever goal for the club - but it came at a price for the 25-year-old.
Demme showed great determination to get ahead of Freiburg defender Nicolas Höfler inside the six-yard box and head in a knock-down from Timo Werner in the 90th minute to net his side's final goal in a 4-0 victory that secured the eastern club a top four finish.
However, Höfler's attempt to make a clearance resulted in a boot to the face for Demme, who did not even see the ball go in. Instead, he remained lying on the ground in obvious discomfort.
"I didn't know much about my goal - I only knew it had gone in when I heard the crowd," he said afterwards. "Nevertheless, I'm still delighted to have scored my first goal. I found the tooth again and now it's at home in the cabinet. Thankfully my dentist hadn't gone on holiday yet and stayed on a couple of hours to help me out. He did a great job and has put in a temporary prosthesis. At the end of the season I'll get a new ceramic tooth put in."
Head coach Ralph Hasenhüttl made fun of Demme's lack of goals in his post-match press conference, joking that "even if he loses a tooth for every goal he scores for the rest of his career he'll still have a perfect set of teeth."