A much changed Three Lions side held the world champions to a goalless draw where five players earned global debuts, including Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Tammy Abraham, Jordan Pickford, Joe Gomez and Jack Cork.
Loftus-Cheek, who has started only six league games at Chelsea in the last three years, has starred at struggling Palace but can not be recalled as he is on a year-long loan.
Willian's call for Loftus-Cheek to be given a chance at Chelsea, comes less than a day after the attacking-midfielder revealed his own frustration at having to be patient at his boyhood club.
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"It was tough, mentally, at Chelsea not getting the game time, but I had to be really patient and have the mentality to still train right and do all the right things". So for me to get to that next level I needed to play regular football. He's now playing for Crystal Palace where he's given a much better role than the one he would have got at Chelsea.
"Today's a disappointment for him to have to come off because I think he'd already shown some really good touches within the game".
"I've had no contact", he added when asked of his relationship with Conte.
"We are playing the best team in the world who've annihilated everybody in South American qualification which is the hardest way to the finals so we have to be spot on to have a chance of winning the game".
The Brazilian then laughed: 'I don't know why he is at Crystal Palace. They are a massive club and I understand opportunities don't come to everyone or often.