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Carlisle United have taken three points from their away match at Colchester.
Jamie Devitt scored the only goal of the game in the 58th minute.
The 0-1 victory is United's third straight win on the road.
Carlisle United have started the season with two wins from their first seven games in League Two. You might have expected Keith Curle to be defensive, but here's what he has to say:
Carlisle United lost out to Sunderland in the second round of the EFL Cup, played at Brunton Park on Tuesday evening.
Sunderland led at half-time after Donald Love's opener who scored in the 34th minute.
In front of an 8,187 crowd United rallied in the second half and equalised in the 60th minute when Danny Grainger followed up after Robben Ruiter saved his initial penalty.
But Blues hearts were to be broken when Lynden Gooch, a USA international, scored the winner for Sunderland in the 80th minute.
United had given the championship side a fright, but ultimately Sunderland proved too strong and it is they who will be in the draw for the next round when it takes place in China tomorrow morning.
Manager Keith Curle said he was proud that Carlisle had managed to push Sunderland all the way,
"I don't like losing football matches, but if you are going to lose a cup tie that's the way to do it," he said.
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It was a long night for Carlisle United in the EFL Cup, but it was worth it in the end.
Their tie at Fleetwood went into extra time, but Tom Miller got the winning goal to send the Blues into the next round.
The final score was Fleetwood 1 - Carlisle 2.
Carlisle United lost their opening game of the season at home to Swindon Town.
The visitors scored either side of half time to take a decisive lead before United's Luke Joyce scored in the 55th minute.
The final result was Carlisle United 1 - 2 Swindon Town.
Liverpool youth-team goalkeeper Shamal George has joined League Two side Carlisle on loan after signing a new contract with Liverpool F.C.
The 19-year-old completed the formalities on an extension to his current deal before moving to Cumbria for a temporary spell initially lasting until January. Carlisle's goalkeeping coach Simon Tracey has welcomed George's move to Brunton Park.
It has been a dream for me to play for this club, so to get another contract on top of what I've already had is a good feeling. Game time is important for me because last year I didn't play much. Game time is the main focus. Liverpool will be watching me so hopefully they'll see I'm good enough and I can come back and push on here."
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