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Another trophy for Dani Alves, the player with the most titles in history

Pin Dani Alves is now the player with the most titles in football history. AFP
Dani Alves is now the player with the most titles in football history. AFP

Another trophy for Dani Alves, the player with the most titles in history

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With PSG's Ligue 1, the Brazilian reached 39 titles and continued to widen the gap at the top of the list of most successful players in history. The full-back is an unrivalled player with this number.

One, two, three, four... and so on, all the way to 39. The conquest of Ligue 1 helped Dani Alves continue to make history in football. The Brazilian player is not only the one with the most active titles, but also the player with the most titles in history.

Dani Alves equaled Kenny Dalglish and Ryan Giggs a couple of years ago and widened the gap with the French Super Cup and now with Ligue 1. For now, neither Cristiano Ronaldo nor Leo Messi are approaching that number, which considerably grew between his spells at Barcelona and Seville.

In his time in La Liga, Dani Alves won 28 of his 39 titles, including three Champions, six La Liga titles and two UEFA Cups with Sevilla. He then went through Juventus and won two more, and finally ended up at PSG where he already has six titles and could reach a seventh if the Parisians win the French Cup to Rennes.

His titles outside Seville or Barcelona are completed with two Confederations Cups and a Copa America with his Brazilian national team.  

On reaching 39, Dani Alves surpasses Ryan Giggs (36), Vitor Baia (35), Kenny Dalglish (35), Leo Messi (33), Xavi and Iniesta (32), Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Piqué (31)... and Pele (28) and Cristiano Ronaldo (27).

This is the enviable record of the player with the most titles in the history of football:

- 9 LEAGUES (6 BARCELONA, 1 JUVENTUS, 2 PSG)
- 7 CUPS (5 BARCELONA, 1 SEVILLA, 1 JUVENTUS, 1 PSG)
- 1 LEAGUE CUP (PSG)
- 1 COPA NORDESTE (BAHIA)
- 6 SUPERCUPS (4 BARCELONA, 1 SEVILLA, 1 PSG)

- 3 CHAMPIONS (BARCELONA)
- 2 UEFA CUPS (SEVILLA)
- 4 EUROPEAN SUPERCUPS (3 BARCELONA, 1 SEVILLA)
- 3 CLUB WORLD CUPS (BARCELONA)

- 1 COPA AMERICA (BRAZIL)
- 2  CONFEDERATIONS CUP (BRAZIL)

 

 

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