The 44-year-old teamed up with 'Strictly Come Dancing' star Anton du Beke, Labour politician Diane Abbott and TV presenter Denise van Outen to take on Mark Labbett in a special celebrity episode that was aired on ITV1 on Saturday evening.
After answering nine of 11 'cash-builder' questions correctly, Le Tissier did just enough to escape from Labbett and take £9,000 back to his team, adding to the £7,000 and the £2,000 earned by Abbott and Van Outen respectively.
However, there was a moment of embarrassment for Le Tissier to endure during his duel with 'The Beast', as he slipped up on a multiple-choice football question.
Despite having three players in the 'final chase' and setting the chaser a solid target of 18, Le Tissier and company were caught by Labbett with nine seconds remaining, meaning that they failed to win any money.
Nevertheless, ITV donated £1,000 to each of the players' charities, with Le Tissier nominating the Honeypot Children's Charity as his cause.