Rouwen Hennings was delighted to get off the mark for the Clarets as his substitute appearance helped inspire a famous fightback at the Cardiff City Stadium.
The German striker replaced Scott Arfield on 76 minutes and gave Sean Dyche’s men a lifeline when he converted Boyd’s low cross ten minutes later.
And after Matthew Connolly’s stoppage time own goal earned a valuable point, Hennings reflected on the side’s great habit of never knowing when they’re beaten.
He said: "It's a great feeling to get my first goal and then we went on to score another thankfully and got an important point.
"It wasn't our best game today but when I got on the pitch I tried to give everything and it was successful.
"I know that I can score goals but I have to show it again and I'm hopeful that I will.
"It's a very good thing for us that we know we have goals in us when we don't play as well. We were a little unlucky in some situations today but we have a great habit."