Jason Roy was fined 30 per cent of his match charge after arguing with the Sri Lankan’s determination to present him out within the semi-final
Jason Roy can be reunited with umpire Kumar Dharmasena in Sunday’s World Cup ultimate towards New Zealand, after the Sri Lankan was appointed for the Lord’s showpiece.
The pair had been concerned in a tense second throughout England’s semi-final thrashing of Australia after Dharmasena incorrectly gave Roy caught behind on 85.
Each batsman and official gave the impression to be unaware that Jonny Bairstow had already used England’s DRS assessment, with Roy making the sign and Dharmasena sending the choice upstairs – a course of that was solely quashed after a reminder from Australia’s fielders.
Denied the possibility to make the highest-profile century of his profession, Roy remonstrated lengthy and loud earlier than trudging off the sector in a state of barely hid fury, with stump microphones choosing up an obvious obscenity.
The 28-year-old was fined 30 per cent of his match charge and handed two demerit factors on his disciplinary document consequently, sanctions he accepted at a post-match listening to.
The pair will get the possibility to place the incident behind them after the Worldwide Cricket Council chosen Dharmasena for the ultimate, the place he’ll stand alongside Marais Erasmus.
The South African official was additionally concerned at Edgbaston, providing some calming phrases to Roy that will have helped deescalate a tense state of affairs.
Rod Tucker would be the solely Australian to see motion within the ultimate, taking on the third umpire’s chair, with Pakistan’s Aleem Dar (fourth official) and Sri Lankan Ranjan Madugalle (match referee) additionally chosen.
Watch the Cricket World Cup ultimate between New Zealand and England at Lord’s from 9am, Sunday on Sky Sports activities Cricket World Cup.