WATCH: A new version of Henrying? Thierry Henry uses dance to mimick foul by FC Dallas defender Michel

What do we call this one?

After watching his unique goal-scoring celebration become a global social media phenomenon called "#Henrying," New York Red Bulls captain Thierry Henry may have given rise to another fad.

During the closing stages of Sunday's 1-0 win over FC Dallas at Red Bull Arena, Henry took exception to a foul committed by Dallas defender Michel, who used his backside to obstruct the Red Bulls star.

So Henry went out of his way to make sure everyone knew just how the infraction happened, mimicking Michel's movement with a dance that featured plenty of rear-end action.

It's the only dance you've ever seen on a soccer field that came as a result of a foul instead of a goal. And it's Henry who's the one breaking new ground yet again.

He had the GIF makers hard at work on Sunday:


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