I-League 2017: Mohun Bagan fan dies in accident while returning from Kolkata derby

Mohun Bagan supporter met with a tragic end while returning from the I-League football derby match in Siliguri where he died of an accident at Baranagar Road Railway Station

PTI February 14, 2017 11:51:58 IST
I-League 2017: Mohun Bagan fan dies in accident while returning from Kolkata derby

Kolkata: A 21-year-old Mohun Bagan supporter met with a tragic end while returning from the I-League football derby match in Siliguri where he died of an accident at Baranagar Road Railway Station on Monday.

ILeague 2017 Mohun Bagan fan dies in accident while returning from Kolkata derby

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Soumya Mukherjee of 41, D D Mondal Ghat Road, Dakshineswar met with an accident while disembarking from the train on his return from Siliguri after watching yesterday's derby, Mohun Bagan stated in a release.

He was rushed to R G Kar Medical College and Hospital at 8:30 am under critical condition and he succumbed to his injuries around 11:15 am.

The club management and members deeply mourn his death and extend their heartfelt condolences to the grieving family, Mohun Bagan said.

The much hyped I-League football derby between East Bengal and Mohun Bagan at Kanchenjunga Stadium in Siliguri ended in a goalless draw with both teams goalkeepers returning heroes.

None of their ace marksmen failed to fire a goal as East Bengal's TP Rehenesh was adjudged man-of-the-match with his resolute display under the bar in the first-half.

Mohun Bagan's Debjit Majumder stole the show in the last period with an equally dazzling display as in the end the crowd returned dejected without witnessing a goal from high-profile derby.

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