<a href="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/competitions/premier-league/9052216/Wolverhampton-Wanderers-0-Liverpool-3-match-report.html">Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Liverpool 3: match report (Brendan McLoughlin, 31 Jan 2012, The Telegraph)
The former Manchester City player was at the heart of everything the Reds created. Even when the Reds furiously protested for a penalty in vain when Emmanuel Frimpong nudged Charlie Adam inside the box it was Bellamy who had set up the chance.
Wolves sprung into action shortly before the break, though, as they offered a timely reminder of their capabilities.<br><br>
Michael Kightly and Steven Fletcher played a neat one-two before the winger unleashed a stinging low shot from the edge of the box which veered just past the post.<br><br>
The significance of the near miss became evident within seven minutes of the interval.<br><br>
Jose Enrique's exquisite volleyed pass from one box towards the other set Liverpool on the counter yet Christophe Berra, to his credit, managed to keep up with Bellamy in the pace race and clear for a throw-in.
Danger averted? Not by any means. Bellamy found Adam and his pinpoint delivery was converted by Carroll at the back post, the striker steering a shot low into the left corner.</blockquote>
Only the King and Carroll-haters will have been surprised to discover that when you give him help up front you get goals.