- Fikayo Tomori has made his senior national team debut for England against Kosovo
- The Chelsea star came in for Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold at the twilight minute of the game
- With the debut, Tomori finally ended speculation about the possibility of playing for Nigeria
Fikayo Tomori has eventually ended speculation linking him to Nigeria after the Chelsea sensation made his national senior team debut for Gareth Southgate's England team against Kosovo.
The 21-year-old becomes a full-blown international on Sunday, November 17, during the competitive Euro 2020 qualifier encounter.
He came in for Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold at the twilight minute of the game.
Tomori alongside his Chelsea teammate Tammy Abraham had previously jilted Nigeria for England after accepting a dream-fulfilling invitation to represent the Three Lions from Southgate in October.
Meanwhile, Nigerians have reacted to Tomori's international debut with a backlog of comments slamming the Chelsea star for shunning his fatherland.
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported that Fikayo Tomori has named Ivory Coast legend Didier Drogba as a central factor that inspired him to join the Premier League giants as a youngster.
Tomori joined Chelsea academy alongside Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount and luckily the trio rose through the ranks to become fabulous revelations under club's manager and legend Frank Lampard.
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