Keith Curle's Carlisle team lost 3 - 4 in a goalfest against Burton at Brunton Park.
The away side took the lead in the fifth minute, and from then on were always chasing.
The Blues were 2-4 down at half time, Asamoah made it 3-4 in the 65th minute but they couldn't equalise.
Now, if you haven't had your five portions of fruit and veg yet today, how about this?
Ken McKeating from Workington has grown not one but two giant marrows each weighing over 70 lbs.
His prize winning veg have been donated to a residential home in the town and as Paul Crone reports, marrow soup could be on the menu for quite some time.
The musician who played what's been called the most famous saxophone solo of all time has died.
Raphael Ravenscroft played the eight-bar riff on the 1978 Gerry Rafferty hit Baker Street. He died yesterday, aged sixty, at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, but spent much of his young life in Dumfries, where his father lived.
The future of the West Cumberland Hospital was discussed in Parliament last night.
Workington MP Sir Tony Cunningham opened the debate which raised concerns about some services at the hospital being downgraded and moved to Carlisle. The Copeland MP Jamie Reed also took part.
Botchergate in Carlisle has reopened following a fire at the Pizza Milano takeaway.
Police were called just before 11am this morning.
No injuries were reported.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says his players are ready for Burton Albion at Brunton Park tonight.
The United boss was proud of the team's performance in their narrow defeat at Plymouth over the weekend. He says they're a match for one of League Two's best-performing sides.
Marrow soup is on the menu for residents at Stilecroft Residential Home, after a local man donated two of the huge vegetables.
They were asked to guess the weight of the first marrow that Ken McKeating, of Bridgefoot, Workington, donated to the home, with the closest guesser winning the prize marrow. Half of the money raised would also go to the winner, with the remainder being donated to the Home.
But when the marrow began to rot, Ken was called in with a new, fresh marrow, that was almost as big.
The new marrow will be used to make soup, chutney or will be stuffed and baked.
A care worker, William Bowman, has been found guilty at Carlisle Crown Court of sexually assaulting an elderly resident at Beacon Edge Nursing Home in Penrith in January 2014.
William Bowman also pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing along with two other defendants for the ill treatment of 10 elderly residents between the 26th January 2013 and the 22nd September 2013.
Residents in the Scottish Borders are being encouraged to prepare for winter now.
Scottish Borders Council's Ready for Winter campaign is being launched today, asking people to prepare for winter at home, before a journey, in the workplace and in the community.
Scottish Government-commissioned research has found that almost nine out of ten car owners believe they are prepared for an emergency, largely because three-quarters carry an ice-scraper and de-icer.
7% had experienced an extreme weather emergency in the past year, with higher levels in rural areas. Of these, two-fifths claimed they got together with neighbours to help them cope.
Motorists in Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders are being advised to take extra care as the clocks change this weekend from British Summer Time to Greenwich Mean Time, and the coming of the longer and darker nights arrive.
The police are advising people to make the following two measures;
- Check lights on vehicles and cycles alike
- Dress brightly, and if you can, wear reflective gear.