From Chris Cairns to Arshad Khan: TOP cricketers who live in poverty now - In Pics
In this collection of photos, we will take you through five cricketers who live in poverty now.
New Zealand cricketer Mathew Sinclair, who retired from international cricket in 2013, is now working in a real estate company to support his family.
Former India cricketer Janardan Navle started his cricket career in the year 1934. After retiring from cricket, he worked as a security guard in a sugar mill. He died on 7 September 1979.
Adam Hollioake, who played for England, was considered the best all-rounder of his era. When Adam retired from cricket, he had to face a lot of financial trouble. The cricketer then turned into an MMA fighter.
Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns retired in 2004. After retiring, Chris invested in the diamond business, where he had to face a lot of loss. After this, he used to work as a driver and washed trucks to support the family.
Pakistan's spin bowler Arshad Khan retired from international cricket after playing 58 ODIs and 9 Test matches. He had to work as a taxi driver after leaving the game.