Bellamy hopeful for UAE clash
Team GB v United Arab Emirates
London 2012 Olympic Games
7.45pm, Sunday 29 July 2012
Live on BBC1
Craig Bellamy is looking forward to another game at Wembley Stadium as Team GB prepare for their second game in London 2012 against United Arab Emirates on Sunday night.
And they also wrap up their Group A campaign on Wednesday night in Cardiff - Bellamy's home town - against Uruguay.
The Liverpool forward scored the opening goal in their first game on Thursday as Stuart Pearce's team drew 1-1 with Senegal. And after coming off in that clash at Old Trafford with an injury, he's hopeful he'll be ready for Wembley after featuring under the Arch for his club in three times already this year.
"I just tweaked my medial ligament but it should be alright," said Bellamy.
"We're at another remarkable stadium at Wembley. I've lived in London and to get another chance to play at Wembley; and then I've got the chance to play in my home city, is great.
"It's great that the games are everywhere and people get to see them, and we have to be part of that as well and represent everybody."
He added: "To come here and represent Great Britain and to represent my own country, which is Wales, it was special.
"It's something I've definitely wanted to be involved in and honestly it's just been unbelievable, every morning I wake up and I'm just enjoying it.
"Everything around the tournament I've never experienced and I'm really grateful; we have a great group of boys and the manager [Stuart Pearce] has been brilliant as well - this is just a special occasion, I've just been really fortunate to be a part of it."