There's A Dentist's Chair In Liverpool's Champions League Final Changing Room
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will be hoping to have a beaming smile across his face on Saturday night and if he needs any extra whitening before kick off then he's in luck.
There were faces of surprise and wonder a couple of weeks ago when Liverpool came back from 3-0 down to beat Barcelona 4-0 on the night and 4-3 on aggregate to make it through to the Champions League final.
Sure there were big smiles but most people couldn't quite believe what they were seeing, even with the Reds' history of historic wins in the Champions League, especially at Anfield and the special nights there.
There was even more shock when it was Spurs that joined them in the final, achieving their own three goal comeback after half time in their second leg against Ajax.
Now the two teams are ready to face each other on Saturday night in Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Should Liverpool win then they'll have the perfect chance to show off their smiles, of which Jurgen Klopp and Roberto Firmino have become famous, and they'll have a chance for a pre smile tune up because there's a dentist's chair in their changing room.
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Both the manager and the Brazilian forward have become synonymous with their very white smiles after having their teeth whitened and they'll be no excuse to not have them in tip top condition before the final.
Of course dentist's chairs have been famous for English teams in the past. Ahead of Euro 96 the Three Lions team famously enjoyed a 'dentist's chair' ahead of the tournament.
Paul Gascoigne then made it his celebration after scoring his incredible goal against Scotland in the group stage, leading to his teammates pouring water down his throat.
Firmino missed the last three games of the season through injury, including the Barcelona game, but earlier this week Klopp was positive the former Hoffenheim forward would play, saying, "Bobby trained, was part of training last week and looked really good, everything was fine. Then we took him out again. He will be in training from tomorrow on again.
"All that we saw so far looked really good and he will be fine, I'm pretty sure."
Will we be seeing their big pearly whites?