Toronto FC goalkeeper Clint Irwin out six weeks with quad strain

Video via MLS: Orlando City SC 3-2 Toronto FC (3:54)

Toronto FC was able to pull the score level twice when Orlando took the lead, but was finally undone after Kaka finished off a cool PK late in second-half stoppage time. (3:54)

Toronto FC goalkeeper Clint Irwin will be sidelined for the next six weeks with a quadriceps strain, the MLS club said on Tuesday.

Irwin was injured while taking a goal kick on Saturday in Toronto's 3-2 defeat to Orlando City.

The 27-year-old has kept eight clean sheets in 18 games in MLS and the Canadian Championship.

Alex Bono made his MLS debut in replacing Irwin, but he could not prevent two goals that led to TFC's loss.