Cosmos star Marcos Senna is "doubtful" for Wednesday's US Open Cup match against the Brooklyn Italians, according to Empire of Soccer.
Senna suffered an injury to his abductors during the Cosmos 1-1 draw with Indy Eleven on Saturday night. The injury forced the 37-year-old midfielder to leave the game late in the second half. The Cosmos had Senna evaluated on Monday.
The soccer website reported that it is still unknown how long Senna will be out and he will continue to be evaluated later in the week.
Senna is just the latest member to be sidelined by injury this season. The Cosmos are without Jamal Johnson and Diomar Diaz, who are both nursing injuries, and offseason acquisition Hans Dennison still has yet to make his Cosmos debut this season.
If Senna misses Wednesday's game it will be the first time he will miss a match as a member of the Cosmos. The Spanish international appeared in all 14 matches in the team's reboot season -- recording six goals in that span -- and he has played in all seven games this season.
Kickoff for Wednesday's match is 7:30 at St. John's University's Belson Stadium.