Durga Boro (second from left) with his wife and some other guests.
Durga Boro (second from left) with his wife and some other guests.

Assam footballer Durga Boro got married to Mrinalinee Chaliha in a simple ceremony on Monday.

Many of his former colleagues, friends and family members were present at the wedding and blessed the new couple.

Boro, who plays as a striker for Ozone FC of the I-League 2nd Division, was born in Kokrajhar district of Assam.

Apart from Ozone FC, the footballer from Assam has played for teams like Churchill Brothers, Mumbai Tigers (now disbanded), Shillong Lajong FC, and Northeast United FC.

He has also played 6 Indian Super League (ISL) matches and has scored 1 goal.

His solitary goal in the ISL came against Chennaiyin FC on November 24, 2014.

His journey as a footballer began in 1999 when he represented his school in the Subroto Cup and then he joined the Sports Authority of India, Guwahati.

Before being signed by the Churchill Brothers in 2009, Boro played for Oil India. For the Goa team, Boro played for three years.

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