You say that like it’s something to be ashamed of.
FWIW, despite the game ending in defeat, I’d say his best goal in technical terms was the early one against Cork in the 2010 AI semi. It looks such a simple finish but I’ve always said if you want to emphasise to kids the importance of being able to kick with both feet, there is no better illustration. When Berno fields the ball, he’s facing the Hogan. That would have suited a kick off his natural kicking foot, his right, but Ray Carey was about 2 yards away and thus potentially within blocking distance of a shot. It was also what Alan Quirke in the Cork goal was anticipating and positioned himself to stop. So BB let the momentum of the pass spin him 180 degrees where he’d have a free shot off his left, all those years of kicking with the weaker foot with Alan (following the Da’s urgings) out the back garden paying off. That also meant he could get his shot away quickly, in fact the ball was past Quirke before he could even readjust his legs. As for the finish itself, pure composure - not blasted, just placed low and into the corner. Perfection.