Arsenal legend shows off silky dance moves after foul

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When one mentions the name Thierry Henry, football fans across the globe may typically recall the confident Frenchman's sumptuous skills, breathtaking goals and, if you an Irish fan, dubious handballs.

It is safe to say, however, that the former Arsenal icon is not famous for his dance moves. Fans at Red Bull Arena, home of New York Red Bulls - Henry's current employers - discovered just why that is on Sunday evening during a Major League Soccer clash against FC Dallas.

Henry, who has been in the MLS since moving to the Big Apple from Catalan giants Barcelona in July 2010, performed his best dancefloor routine during the dying second of the clash - which Mike Petke's Red Bulls won 1-0 thanks to an own goal from visiting Brazilian midfielder Erick - after protesting against a rather cynical foul that occurred on the edge of the Dallas penalty area.

Watch footage of Henry's odd but curiously groovy protestations above...

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