Canada's goalkeeper Maxime Crepo is out with an injury in the MLS Cup final.

Canada’s goalkeeper Maxime Crepo is out with an injury in the MLS Cup final.

Canada’s men’s national team goalkeeper Maxime Cripeau was sidelined with an apparent leg injury after a collision in Saturday’s MLS Cup final.

The LAFC goalkeeper caught his leg after trying to cut off the Philadelphia Union’s Corey Burke, who had a clear chance on goal. The two players collided as Cripio clutched his leg in pain.

The Greenfield Park, Que., native raised his thumb in the air as he was carted off the field.

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It was the second injury in a day for Canada with the World Cup just two weeks away. Earlier, Alphonso Davies was sent off while playing for Bayern Munich.

Canada has World Cup warm-ups against Bahrain on Nov. 11 in Manama and Japan on Nov. 17 in Dubai.

It will be challenging from the start in Group F in Qatar, where the team faces Belgium on November 23, then Croatia on November 27 and Morocco on December 1.

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