5. Janardhan Navle

Many of us would not be knowing this Gentleman. He was the first Test wicket-keeper ever to play for India. He played a couple of matches in the format for India. There are some reports which suggest that he spent his last days as a beggar on the Bombay – Pune Highway.

4. Chris Cairns

As an all-rounder, he has nine international centuries and around 420 wickets in his career.  He had won a significant sum in a case against former ICL chairman Lalit Modi in 2012. However, the tide turned against him in 2013 when the match-fixing allegations surfaced again and it was revealed that he was in the eyes of the authorities. The costs of legal proceedings started hitting his family life and as a result, he started cleaning bus shelters in New Zealand in order to meet his financial needs.

3. Matthew Sinclair

Matthew Sinclair is most remembered for scoring a double ton in his debut Test for New Zealand which is an incredible feat to achieve. He retired from international cricket in 2013 and was jobless for some time. The Financial woes hit his married life as well. He is currently working as a real estate salesperson in Napier and is struggling to survive.

2. Adam Hollioake

He was also appointed as the England Skipper in ODIs for a short duration. Adam last played representative cricket in 2007 and went on to pursue his family business in Australia. After that, Hollioake turned into Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) to earn his bread and is doing a decent job over there. He is known for his mental toughness.

1. Arshad Khan

The tall off-spin bowler from Pakistan, Arshad Khan made his debut in the 1997-98 series against the Windies. He played nine Tests and 58 ODIs till 2006 for his country. According to Khaleej Times, Arshad Khan now resides in Sydney, Australia and drives Uber Taxi over there.