England's selectors were keen to get him red-ball practice ahead of the Ashes series against old rivals Australia.
New Zealand scored 241 for eight after opting to bat first and England managed the same to send the game into a super over.
Last time they were at the ground they were pushed to the brink of a group-stage elimination by a 64-run loss to 2015 World Cup winners Australia.
Roy, who admitted the offence, was fined 30 percent of his match fee for breaching that section of the ICC's code of conduct.
India's limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma did try and explain that calling right in a matter of seconds isn't something that can be done with 100 per cent accuracy.
Roy has passed 50 in five of his past six one day internationals and recorded the second-highest score of the World Cup to date with his 153 against Bangladesh.
The opener has been sidelined for England's last two matches with a torn hamstring.
The in-form opening batsman has been ruled out of England's match against Afghanistan at Old Trafford on Tuesday and their pool encounter with Sri Lanka at Headingley on Friday.
Joe Root was promoted to open alongside Jonny Bairstow against the West Indies and the Test skipper responded with an unbeaten century.
Morgan is doubtful for the next World Cup game having suffered a back spasm while Jason Roy undergoes a scan for hamstring strain.
Jason Roy set the stage by becoming England's third centurion of this World Cup before the bowlers finished the job.
Despite Shakib Al Hasan's 121, the Tigers were never in the hunt for what would have been a record World Cup chase.
Roy was heard by umpires using an obscenity after a misfield during match. Archer showed dissent at an umpire's decision after bowling a wide.
Roy made 89 not out on his Surrey home ground on Monday as England hammered outsiders Afghanistan by nine wickets with nearly 200 balls to spare.
England opener hit his ninth ODI hundred to set the platform for England's successful run chase that sealed the series.