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Xavi increases his legendary status by winning the Qatari league

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Pin Xavi has now won 34 career titles. Al Sadd
Xavi has now won 34 career titles. Al Sadd

Xavi increases his legendary status by winning the Qatari league

BeSoccer by BeSoccer @besoccer_com - 0 1,842

Xavi Hernandez increased his trophy cabinet with the trophy cabinet. The Catalan midfielder increased his silverware and now has 34 titles, his fourth with Al Sadd, where it seems he has put put the icing on a fantastic career.

After winning four Champions Leagues, eight league titles, three Copa del Reys, six Spanish Super Cups, two European Super Cups and two Club World Cups with Barcelona, Xavi Hernandez has increased his legendary status in Qatar.

The Catalan midfielder can now add the Qatari League to his trophy cabinet after having previously won the Emir Cup, the Qatari Cup and the Shikh Jassim Cup. A career full of success all over the world. Likewise, it is urgent to remember that Xavi Hernandez alsotasted glory with the Spanish national side. He won Euro 2008 and 2012, the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, an under-20 World Cup and a silver at the Olympic games.

At 39 and together with Gabi, ex-Atletico Madrid captain, Xavi Hernandez conquered the Qatari League, a title which looks to be the final bit of icing on an already very large cake. 

"I'll 99% retire. I am now training as a manager. I like and I want to carry on like this on the pitch. I am even organising my staff... and it motivates me more preparing a training session than playing," he recently admitted in an interview for 'Marca'.

Xavi wanted to emphasise that in his speech and he stressed: "When we got knocked out of the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, I said to myself: 'That's it, Xavi, what more are you going to do?'. That said, I want to finish with a title with Al Sadd, with a league or a cup."

 

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