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Mohali Pakistan's interior minister has apologised to the country's cricket team after saying he was keeping a "close watch" on them ahead of Wednesday's World Cup semifinal against India. Rehman Malik was quoted Monday as saying he had warned the team "there should be no match fixing" and that the players were being closely monitored. Team captain Shahid Afridi confirmed to The Associated Press on Tuesday that Malik had telephoned him to apologise for his comments, which came just two days before the semifinal. Afridi said he did not want to comment further on the matter.