Australia head coach Justin Langer defended his players' celebration and said, "I was there, I know the truth, they were talking about Chris Rogers".
Former Australian opening batsman Matthew Hayden has stated that Joe Burns is a good candidate to replace Chris Rogers at the top.
Australia were 184/2 after Chris Rogers and Michael Clarke were dismissed in the first session of the fifth and final Ashes Test at The Oval.
Australian skipper Michael Clarke, who is playing his last Test at The Oval, has urged the team to show character and fight in order to regain some pride.
Chris Rogers becomes third Australian cricketer to call time on career in recent months after Ryan Harris and Michael Clarke.
Australia were skittled out for just 136 in the first innings of the third Ashes Test, with veteran opener Rogers's 52 the lone batting highlight of an innings where the next best score was Adam Voges's 16. James Anderson took an Ashes-best six for 47.
James Anderson took six for 47 in 14.4 overs, including a spell of four for seven in 10 balls after lunch as Australia were bundled out for 136. This was his 18th five-wicket haul in Tests.
Chris Rogers, struck by a James Anderson bouncer while making a Test-best 173 during Australia's 405-run win over England at Lord's this month, credited the new stem guard with preventing a more serious injury.
Chris Rogers had to leave the field on the fourth and final day of the Lord's Test as Australia completed a 405-run thrashing of England to level the five-match series at 1-1.
Chris Rogers succumbed to a sudden bout of dizziness during the second Test at Lord's and had to leave the field
The 37-year-old Chris Rogers succumbed to a sudden bout of dizziness during the second Ashes Test at Lord's on Sunday.
Chris Rogers, who was struck on the helmet in the Lord's Test, could make way for Shaun Marsh in the third Test at Edgbaston.
Australian team doctor Peter Brukner indicated Monday it was possible that Chris Rogers could take part in the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston starting on July 29.
Australia opener Chris Rogers crouched down by the side of the pitch and then sat motionless after two overs' play on Sunday on Day 4 of the second Ashes Test against England at Lord's .
Highlights from the second day of the second Ashes Test match between England and Australia at the Lord's, London on Friday.
Chris Rogers smashed 158 not out on the first day of the Lord's Ashes Test against England on Thursday.
The Australian opener found himself in hot water before the start of the Ashes when a brief foray into the ticket resale business went awry but he put his money where his mouth is against England's attack at the start of the second Test.
At stumps, Australia were 337 for one after cashing in on captain Michael Clarke's good fortune in winning the toss and batting first on a typically good Lord's pitch.