Star cricketer cleaning bus shelters for 17$ per hour


New Zealand star cricketer Chris Cairns, who earned a good name with his performance both as a bowler and batsman in international cricketer, is now in a pathetic condition.Chris Cairns is facing match fixing allegations and he was in deep financial troubles.

In order to meet the daily expenses and provide for his family Chris is reportedly doing a cleaner job and cleaning the bus shelters. He reportedly cleaning bus shelters and driving trucks for a mere 17-dollar-an-hour wage.Cairns was a destructive batsman who could hit sixes straight down the ground and in his earlier days was an intelligent fast-medium bowler.He was described by Shane Warne, the Australian leg spinner, as the best all-rounder in the world.

Cairns finished his Test career with a batting average of 33.53 and a bowling average of 29.40. In 2000, he was named as one of five Wisden Cricketers of the Year. He played 215 one-day internationals, scoring 4,950 runs and taking 201 wickets. In December 2013, Cairns was the subject of allegations in an ICC investigation into match-fixing.