Keith Curle has praised the 7,333 fans who turned out to watch Carlisle United equal their all-time record of unbeaten matches at the start of the league.
The Blues were pushed all the way by visitors Hartlepool, but came away with a 3-2 victory, extending their run to 13 games unbeaten.
The victory was made sweeter after Carlisle were down to 10 men, following Shaun Miller's sending off.
United kept their cool, with Brunton Park erupting into roars when the referee blew the whistle on the 95th minute.
Carlisle United are looking to equal the club record for an unbeaten start to a season against Hartlepool.
A big turnout is expected for the match at Brunton Park as the squad hope to repeat the record set by the team in 2004.
Kick off is 3pm.
Striker Derek Asamoah has signed a two-month deal to return to Brunton Park.
The 35 year-old had initially signed a six-month deal with Carlisle United after a short trial spell in October 2014.
He made 79 appearances and scored 14 goals in his 18-month stay with the Blues.
Carlisle United remain undefeated in League Two this season after beating Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 at Brunton Park.
Manager Keith Curle said he was happy with the team's robust performance, after a second-half goal from Shaun Miller was enough to take the three points.
Around 4,500 fans turned out for the afternoon clash.
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Carlisle United bow out of the League Cup in a nail biting game that saw both Derby win 14-13 on penalties.
The League Two side played away to Derby County from the Championship. Darren Bent had scored to put Derby in front but Carlisle's Mike Jones took the match into extra-time with an equaliser 5 minutes into stoppage time.
There were no more goals in the extra 30 minutes, taking it to a penalty shootout which saw players take turns until the agonising 14-13 finish.
Carlisle United get the new season underway tomorrow, playing away to League Two title favourites Portsmouth.
With at least 51 games to play for the club, Manager Keith Curle looks to the season ahead:
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Ahead of The Open teeing off, Carlisle United stars Jabo Ibehre and Jamie Devitt have been showing the pro golfers how it's done. Take a look at these incredible putts they both sunk at a golf day held in memory of the club's former commercial director Dick Young.