Published Friday, 08 July 2011
Burrows hit headlines all over the world last year with his spectacular back heel volley past against Portadown in the Carling Premiership.
His effort became a top 10 contender for FIFA Goal of the Year along with the likes of superstars Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben.
Now there may be another Irish League player capable of reminding the world about the Irish League - cue Martin Murray.
The 17-year-old did on Thursday night what many players don't do their entire career - score a goal in Europe.
And he didn't just score in Europe, he made sure everyone who witnessed his goal will never forget him.
Murray, who has only made three sub appearances for the Glens, was brought on against Macedonian side FK Renova in their second leg of Europa League first round qualifiers.
The Glens were drawing 1-1 at the stage and trailing 3-2 on aggregate.
But that didn't faze the young striker, he picked up the ball in his own half and skipped through the defence before unleashing a stunning strike which ended up in the top left hand corner of the net.
His goal ensured extra time and then penalties, which debut keeper Aaron Hogg dealt with superbly to see the Glens through to the next round and pick up their first European win at The Oval in 25 years.
Whether it was a one of moment of magic or a sign of what's to come remains to be seen.
We all know it has been a turbulent time for the east Belfast side over the last year as far as finances are concerned, but manager Scott Young looks to have assembled a good squad of players together mixing the old with the new.
And if the new means more of Martin Murray's wonder goals, the Glens could find themselves under the global spotlight all over again.