After the game, Jonathan Tannenwald tweeted that Marquez had rolled an ankle and could face one or two weeks sidelined, while Wenger had suffered a concussion after clashing heads with a Toronto player.
Richard Marquez rolled an ankle and might be out a week or two. Andrew Wenger suffered a concussion.— Jonathan Tannenwald (@thegoalkeeper) July 18, 2015
Wenger, who has recorded only one goal this season, tried to play on but was withdrawn in the 38th minute for Eric Ayuk Mbu. Marquez was taken off in the 71st minute for forward Conor Casey, who pulled one back for the Union in the first minute of stoppage time.
The absence of Marquez in the back could open the door for Steven Vitoria to receive more playing time, although Maurice Edu will be back in the lineup after serving a one-game suspension for accumulating eight yellow cards. With Wenger also looking at time out, more time could be given to Mbu and Zach Pfeffer, who has scored twice in the eight starts he has received.