Chuni Goswami has been the very successful Indian soccer captain, and beneath his captaincy, India won the gold medal in 1962 Asian Games, ended runners-up at 1964 Asian Cup, also lost to what was then Burma at Merdeka soccer six months afterward.
The legendary sportsperson that played cricket for Bengal was 82 and breathed his last in a hospital. He’s survived by his spouse Basanti and boy Sudipto.
Goswami has been suffering from underlying disorders, such as glucose, prostate, and neurological issues.
Goswami played 50 games for India because of a footballer in 1956 to 1964. As a cricketer, he symbolized Bengal at 46 first-class matches between 1962 and 1973.
Produced on 15 January 1938, at the Kishoreganj field of undivided Bengal (now Bangladesh), Subimal (Chuni) Goswami started his professional career with neighborhood Indians Mohan Bagan FC from 1954 as a professional player. In school, he also captained the Calcutta University clubs from both cricket and football.