Lionel Messi added yet another trophy to his extraordinary collection after winning his first Ligue 1 title with Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday.
PSG were crowned champions of France after a 1-1 draw against Lens at the Parc des Princes.
Messi broke the deadlock with a screamer midway through the second half and the Argentine’s fourth league goal of the campaign was enough for PSG to seal their 10th league title, despite the fact Corentin Jean equalised shortly before full-time.
But how many team trophies has the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner now won during his illustrious career – and where does he sit on the list of players with the most trophies in football history?
Let’s take a look:
11. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (31 trophies)
At 40 years old, time is running out for Zlatan to add to his tally.
10. Xavi (33 trophies)
One of the greatest midfielders of all time, Xavi collected trophies for fun during his career as a Barcelona player.
=8. Vitor Baia (34 trophies)
The retired Portuguese goalkeeper won most of his titles with FC Porto, plus a few more with Barça in the 1990s.
=8. Cristiano Ronaldo (34 trophies)
=6. Gerard Pique (35 trophies)
Still part of Barcelona’s first team aged 35, Pique will be hoping to add a few more trophies to his collection before leaving Camp Nou.
=6. Kenny Dalglish (35 trophies)
One of Liverpool and Celtic’s greatest ever players, Dalglish won 35 trophies between 1969-1990.
5. Ryan Giggs (36 trophies)
A one-club man, Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs continues to occupy a place in the top five… for now.
=3. Andres Iniesta (37 trophies)
Now in his fourth year with Japanese side Vissel Kobe after leaving Barcelona in 2018, it’ll be interesting to see if 37-year-old Iniesta returns to European football before hanging up his boots.
=3. Maxwell (37 trophies)
Maxwell may not be as revered as some of the other legends on this list, but the former Brazilian full-back has a staggering collection of winners’ medals thanks to his spells with Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona and PSG.
Maxwell has now won 37 trophies in his career:— Squawka (@Squawka) May 27, 2017
Serial winner. pic.twitter.com/d9JcTGtbUf
2. Lionel Messi (39 trophies)
It hasn’t been a vintage season for Messi but the GOAT contender will be pleased to win his first league title outside of Barcelona.
Lionel Messi, all 39 career titles:— Roy Nemer (@RoyNemer) April 23, 2022
1 Copa America 🇦🇷🏆
1 U20 World Cup 🇦🇷🏆
1 Olympic Gold Medal 🇦🇷🏅
10 La Liga 🇪🇸🏆
7 Copa del Rey 🇪🇸🏆
8 Supercopa 🇪🇸🏆
4 UEFA Champions League 🇪🇸🏆
3 Club World Cups 🇪🇸🏆
3 UEFA Super Cups 🇪🇸🏆
1 Ligue 1 🇫🇷🏆 pic.twitter.com/fSs9wOQshu
1. Dani Alves (43 trophies)
But sitting four trophies clear at the top of the list of Messi’s former Barcelona teammate Dani Alves, who may extend his stay at Camp Nou for one more season after returning to the Catalan club last summer.
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