On Saturday, the Rams registered an away win in the Sky Bet League One, their first away league win at Carlisle since 1957.
James Collins accounted for his 200th goal in club football to help Derby to a first away league win at Carlisle since 1957.
Sierra Leone native Tyrese Fornah has been pivotal for the Rams since joining the club from Nottingham Forest on a two-year deal in August 2023.
It was Fornah’s (In Photo) fifth appearance for Derby in all competitions as one of the holding midfielders this campaign for the Rams.
James Collins got Derby off the mark in the 18 minutes before his second in their 2-0 win for Paul Warne’s men with an 84th-minute penalty at Brunton Park.
Potent striker Collins scored for the second league game in a row as he powered home from Nathaniel Mendez-Laing’s cutback.
After the goal, Collins was full of confidence and fired over just moments later.
Derby County return to Sky Bet League One action at Pride Park Stadium a week today when they take on Cambridge United in Sky Bet League One (3 pm kick-off).