Liverpool won the Carling Cup after the final beat Cardiff City through on penalties at Wembley on Sunday. After a 2-2 draw until the end of the extra round, Liverpool won on penalties with the score 3-2.
Cardiff went ahead through striker Joe Mason in the 19th minute. After reaching a breakthrough bait Kenny Miller, Mason rolling the ball into the bottom right corner of goalkeeper Pepe Reina.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel brought an equalizer in the 60th minute. From close range, he found the net Cardiff, take advantage of a loose ball kick which hit the post Luis Suarez left of goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
The former Cardiff captain may win his first major trophy in English football against his boyhood club but Bellamy will not celebrate if he scores. Bellamy scored 11 goals in a loan spell at Cardiff last season as he fulfilled an ambition to play for the Bluebirds.