Chester-le-Street: Rogers had waited five years since making his Australia debut in 2008 before playing his second Test at the start of this Ashes series after several years of heavy run-scoring in both Australian and English first-class cricket. (Scorecard | Live Blog)
The 35-year-old, who started the season as captain of English county Middlesex, had come close to a Test century with 84 in the drawn third match at Old Trafford and this was the third time he'd passed 50 in the series. (Read: Stats)
Before lunch, Broad took three wickets, including that of Australia captain and batting lynchpin Michael Clarke.