Mason Mount shares hilarious clip after getting his wisdom teeth removed as the spaced-out Chelsea star jokes he could ‘take a punch and not even feel it’ while struggling to speak after his surgery at the dentist
- Chelsea star Mason Mount posted a video of himself returning from the dentist
- He had his wisdom teeth out and was filmed while still feeling the effects
- The hilarious clip sees the space-out midfielder joking he wouldn’t feel a punch
- Mount is set to miss England’s clash against Albania after his dental surgery
Mason Mount poked fun at himself following his trip to the dentist as he shared a clip of his reaction after getting his wisdom teeth out.
The Chelsea star had been struggling with the dental issue but finally had his procedure to remove the four troublesome teeth and was filmed in the car ride home from surgery – producing hilarious results.
The 22-year-old looked spaced out while still feeling the effects of his anaesthetic and struggled to speak, but decided to post the video on social media – with the caption: ‘Wisdom teeth have left the chat’.
Mason Mount shared a clip of his reaction after getting his wisdom teeth out on social media
The hilarious video sees the spaced-out star claim he could take a punch and not even feel it
The midfielder – who appeared to be filmed by his parents – was in high spirits as he was asked questions about his operation, starting by paying tribute to the doctors who handled his anaesthetic.
‘They’re G.O.A.T.S, they’re the G.O.A.T.S,’ Mount begins while struggling to pronounce the phrase after he admitted, ‘I can’t feel my face.’
When he is asked what he thinks he looks like, he responds: ‘I feel like… I feel as good as ever. I still look as good as ever.’
Mount poked fun at himself by writing ‘wisdom teeth have left the chat’ in a TikTok post
Mount then says: ‘If I got punched in the face right now I wouldn’t even feel it’, before claiming he is ‘half human half great white… by the size of these gnashers’ after being handed the removed wisdom teeth.
The England star then jokes he should ‘charity them off’, adding ‘people would pay big money for them’.
As fans can see from the clip, Mount will need some time to recover from the surgery, making it unlikely he will be ready for Three Lions action ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Albania on Friday.
The midfielder looks certain to miss England’s key clash against Albania after his surgery
In a statement on Monday, the FA said they were monitoring Mount’s situation – raising hope he could be available for the game, where victory would all but guarantee their passage to Qatar 2022.
The news will arrive as a headache to Southgate, who would almost certainly have started with Mount against the Albanians.
Mount made a substitute’s appearance in Chelsea’s clash with Burnley on Saturday, but required an operation after the pain from an infection got too severe.
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