LAHORE - The Pakistan cricket Monday received a clean chit from the International Cricket Council Anti-corruption and Security Unit over the allegations of match-fixing in Sri Lanka. Pakistan players had complained to team manager Yawar Saeed that "suspicious people" attempted to make contact with them in the team hotel in Colombo. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) passed the matter to the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU). The ICC confirmed its ACSU had investigated suggestions that Indian bookmakers came into contact with Pakistan players at their hotel in Colombo during the recent Test series against Sri Lanka. Following its investigations, the ACSU was satisfied there was absolutely no substance to the suggestions and that no evidence of any such contacts exists. Pakistan captain Younis Khan vehemently denied accusations made by some former players that any members of the squad had been involved in match-fixing. "We were unhappy because we had a bad feeling about these people so we told the manager to either shift us to another floor or have them shifted," he explained. "Instead of accusing our players of match-fixing, they should be applauded for bringing this to the notice of the authorities." ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat said: "The ICC and its members have a zero-tolerance approach to corruption and rightly so because the integrity of our great sport with its great spirit is one of its greatest assets. "On that basis it is entirely appropriate that any suggestions in relation to that subject are always reported to and properly investigated by the ACSU."I am pleased those investigations have indicated nothing untoward has taken place on this occasion but it is a reminder that all of us-players, officials and supporters-must maintain our vigilance to ensure we remain on top of the issue of corruption," Lorgat added. In keeping with ACSU protocols, no specifics will be discussed in relation to the investigation and no further comment will be made.