Dani Alves turned in a 10/10 performance during Brazil 2-0 Argentina

Dani Alves was at the peak of his powers vs Argentina

No player in the history of football has won more trophies than Brazilian superstar Dani Alves.

During his career with Bahia, Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil, he has won 41 trophies.

That means since his professional debut with Bahia back in 2001, Alves averages around 2.27 trophies per year - ridiculous, right?

And the marauding right-back may be adding his 42nd winners medal to his collection this summer after Brazil progressed to the Copa America final early this morning.

The Selecao beat continental rivals Argentina 2-0 in Belo Horizonte, with Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino grabbing the goals for Tite's side.

In the build-up to the game, the focus was on Lionel Messi and how he could finally win a trophy with Argentina.

However, by the end of the 90 minutes it was all about Alves' timeless performance.

The Brazilian - who is currently a free agent - turned in a real 10/10 display, including some serious skills to help setup Jesus' opening goal.


The guy just oozes class.

Alves' stats for the game were might impressive as well.

The 36-year-old completed all five of his take-ons, completed all three of his tackles and won 100% of his aerial duels.

It was a performance that should have sent a clear message to every single top team in the Premier League; the guy has got another season in him at least.

Alves on the ball

Alves has said on numerous occasions in the past that he would be keen on a move to England's top-flight at some point in his career.

Pretty much every single team in the Premier League's top six needs cover at right-back - or a starting one - and the Brazilian wouldn't command a transfer fee.

His wages would, of course, be pretty sizeable, but he would probably be worth the investment.

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