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World Cup 2019: Jason Roy fined 30% of his match fee for showing dissent towards umpire

Cricket World Cup 2019: Aussie cricketer says English bad boy Jason Roy's behaviour was 'an absolute disgrace'

"He will learn from that and go on to bigger and better things, I am sure".

It has been announced that Kumar Dharmasena and Marais Erasmus will officiate the proceedings in the final of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup on Sunday, when England will take on New Zealand to decide who will walk home with the trophy.

The opening batsman blew up deluxe when he was given out caught behind by umpire Kumar Dharmasena, claiming he didn't touch a Pat Cummins bouncer with his bat or glove before the ball was pouched by wicketkeeper Alex Carey.

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While the decision was quite obviously the incorrect one, Cowan said that Roy had no right to stand his ground after Dharmasena had raised his finger. That's where the conversation started, but I got it wrong.

"There was a lot of passion".

"It's professional sport, emotions run high", the 28-year-old explained.

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Roy was the star of the show in England's blistering run chase as it charged into a World Cup decider for the first time since 1992, obliterating the Aussies by eight wickets in a one-sided show at Edgbaston. To get out like that was slightly disappointing and I probably showed it more than I should have. "You have to ride the wave and we're in the final now".

Roy's fearless approach and muscular style - he hit three consecutive sixes off Steve Smith at Edgbaston, one of which was the biggest ever struck in worldwide at the ground - make him a natural poster boy for the team. "We have just got to concentrate on the way we have gone about our cricket over the past four years and what has got us to this point and go through our process".

"It's nothing to do with the status". He will be available to play for England in the finals against New Zealand.

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"Apparently that doesn't work".

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