Alves Climbs Up In Players With Most Trophies Ranking
Dani Alves Climbs Up In Players With Most Trophies Ranking
Former FC Barcelona right back Dani Alves has climbed up in our ranking of the players with most trophies in history, equalling the haul of an African and a Manchester United striker.
Click through the gallery above to see which players have lifted the most trophies in their careers.
The 34-year-old left the Spanish giants and joined Juventus on a free transfer at the beginning of the season.
He has since impressed, and was again on the scoresheet when the Bianconeri lifted their third consecutive Coppa Italia trophy – a new Italian record.
Overall, it was Alves' 32nd trophy – he won five with Sevilla, 23 with Barcelona, three with Brazil, and now his first with Juve.
Alves' trophy cabinet so far:
Sevilla: 1 Copa del Rey, 1 Supercopa de Espana, 2 UEFA Cups, 1 UEFA Super Cup
Barca: 6 La Ligas, 4 Copa del Reys, 4 Supercopa de Espanas, 3 UEFA Champions Leagues, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 3 FIFA Club World Cups
Juve: 1 Coppa Italia
Brazil: 1 Copa America, 2 FIFA Confederations Cups
Alves equalled the trophy record of Zlatan Ibrahimovic as well as Egyptian legend Wael Gomaa, but is still four titles behind the most successful player in history – Ryan Giggs.
The Brazilian is likely to add the Serie A title to his trophy cabinet, with Juventus needing one more win from their final two league games to secure the title.
He could also still add the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League trophy to his collection, but Juventus will have to overcome Real Madrid in the final in Cardiff if the Brazilian is to celebrate a triple with his new club.
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