Photo: Belic makes West Ham debut; and 18-year-old Jordan Brown opens season account

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Jordan Brown scored for West Ham's under-21 side last night against Newcastle.

Jordan Brown scored his first under-21 goal of the season for West Ham in last night's draw with Newcastle United.

Brown took only five minutes to make his mark, with his colleagues queuing up to congratulating him after his opener.

West Ham conceded goals to Ivan Toney and Callum Roberts, before a late impact from new boy Luka Belic rescued the game.

Belic was only signed last week, and came off the bench at half-time to replace goalscorer Brown.

He made an impact on his debut after he was felled in the area and won a penalty with one minute to go, which was scored by Martin Samuelson.

 Who is Jordan Brown?

Here are five facts...

- Brown is just 18-years-old, and was making his third appearance for West Ham's under-21s this season. He had six goals for the Hammers at this level beforehand.

- The striker has seven caps for England's under-17 side, scoring three goals in those appearances

- He began his youth career with Arsenal, before making the switch to the Hammers in 2013.

- Brown already has one first team appearance to his name, coming off the bench for the final 10 minutes of a Europa League qualifier against Astra Giurgiu at the start of the season.

- He was handed a new contract in May, but his current deal will need renewing again at the end of this season.

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