Kumar Dharmasena has survived making the bungled decision that triggered a furious reaction from Jason Roy yesterday by being retained to officiate in the World Cup final on Sunday.
Roy could not contain his disbelief when the Sri Lankan gave him out caught behind off Pat Cummins 15 runs shy of what would have been a 10th one-day international hundred, and was subsequently hit with two demerit points on his record following England's brilliant eight-wicket win over Australia at Edgbaston.
Both batsman and official appeared to be unaware that Jonny Bairstow had already used England's DRS review, with Roy making the signal and Dharmasena sending the decision upstairs - a process that was only quashed after a reminder from Australia's fielders.
Denied the chance to make the highest-profile century of his career, Roy remonstrated long and loud before trudging off the field in a state of barely concealed fury, with stump microphones picking up an apparent obscenity.
The 28-year-old was fined 30 per cent of his match fee and handed two demerit points on his disciplinary record as a result, sanctions he accepted at a post-match hearing.
The ICC have retained Dharmasena and Marais Erasmus, his on-field partner from the second semi in Birmingham, for the showpiece match between Eoin Morgan's team and New Zealand at Lord's.
The South African official was also involved at Edgbaston, offering some calming words to Roy that may have helped deescalate a tense situation.
Australian Rod Tucker will adjudicate on DRS and other television decisions as third umpire with Pakistan's Aleem Dar named as fourth official.
Another Sri Lankan, Ranjan Madugalle, is the match referee.