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. 

Mathew Sinclair

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Mathew Sinclair

New Zealand cricketer Mathew Sinclair, who retired from international cricket in 2013, is now working in a real estate company to support his family.

Janardan Navle

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Janardan Navle

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

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Adam Hollioake

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.

 

Chris Cairns

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Chris Cairns

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.

 

 

Arshad Khan

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Arshad Khan

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. 

 

 

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