Izzy Brown comments on making his debut, no mention for West Brom

Chelsea talent Izzy Brown made no mention of former club West Brom after making his long awaited debut against them.

Highly rated England under-19 international Izzy Brown made his long awaited Chelsea debut last night.

The attacking midfielder came on as a late substitute in the 3-0 defeat against his former club West Brom, in a dead rubber of a match for the Blues.

Brown, 18, played the last 11 minutes, and took to Twitter after the game to speak of his delight at finally making a first team appearance for Chelsea.

He did not however mention the opponents, West Brom - the club he left in 2013, even after they handed him a Premier League start at just 16-years-old.

Seeing him line up for Chelsea will have been disappointing for West Brom fans, with it possible he could even be a first team regular by now had he stayed at The Hawthorns.

Over the past few seasons, Brown has become a regular for Chelsea's under-21s, and won trophies; the 2014 European Championships at under-17 level with England, and the 2014/15 UEFA Youth League with Chelsea.

The fact he has now made his senior debut for the club is a huge credit to his ability, the challenge now is to kick on and try to force his way in next season on a more regular basis.

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