Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman has won the eighth league title of his career this week.
It's a statistic that might not look mind-blowing on the surface, particularly when Bayern have won eight Bundesliga titles on the bounce themselves, but bear in mind that Coman is only 24 years old.
The talented French winger has never set the world alight as many had expected him to, but he remains one of Europe's most exciting players and one with a trophy cabinet to die for.
Not a single season in Coman's professional career has gone by where he hasn't won the league title at his club and he's done so across three of Europe's 'big five' leagues.
Coman may have only made four appearances for Paris Saint-Germain after rising through their youth ranks, but it was enough for him to get his hands on two Ligue 1 trophies.
Coman's incredible trophy streak
That's not a bad way to announce yourself in the professional game and he continued his streak with a move to Juventus in 2014, collecting the Serie A trophy after wracking up 20 outings.
Coman appeared twice for the Old Lady the following season, not enough under Italian rules to bag a medal, but moving out on loan to current employers Bayern kept his streak going.
That successful 2015/16 campaign in which Coman played 35 times and found the net on fix occasions was enough to secure himself a permanent move to the Allianz Arena.
Every trophy Coman has won
And as you know from Bayern's recent domination of the German game, Coman's run of silverware has coincided with his club's and their collaboration has now reaped five league trophies.
So, in summary, that's two Ligue 1 crowns, one Serie A title and five Bundesliga plaques in the space of eight seasons in the professional game. Not bad for someone who turned 24 last week...
But let's hold on one second, because Coman has more in his trophy cabinet than league titles.
The French star also won Coupe de la Ligue and Trophée des Champions during his time with PSG as well as the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana in the black and white of Juventus.
You can then chuck in two DFB-Pokal trophies and a hat-trick of DFL-Supercups for his time with Bayern, followed by a runners-up medal from the 2016 European Championships with France.
Perhaps the only thing that hasn't gone in Coman's favour is the fact he was left on Les Bleu's standby list for the 2018 World Cup, which his country got their hands on in Russia.
But in all honesty... we're pretty sure Coman has enough ribbons to soak his tears with...
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