Lionel Messi Equals World Record By Winning 43rd Trophy

No player in the history of world soccer has won more trophies than Lionel Messi.

The 35-year-old scored his 16th Ligue 1 goal of the season to fire Paris Saint-Germain to the French title on Saturday night.

Messi has now won three trophies with PSG, five with Argentina and 35 with former club Barcelona.

The only other player to have won 43 career trophies is Messi’s ex-Barcelona teammate Dani Alves.

Lionel Messi’s 43 Trophies

10x La Liga (Barcelona)
4x UEFA Champions League (Barcelona)
7x Copa del Rey (Barcelona)
8x Supercopa de Espana (Barcelona)
3x FIFA Club World Cup (Barcelona)
3x UEFA Super Cup (Barcelona)
1x FIFA World Cup (Argentina)
1x Copa America (Argentina)
1x Finalissima (Argentina)
1x Olympic Gold (Argentina)
1x U20 World Cup (Argentina)
2x Ligue 1 (PSG)
1x Trophee des Champions (PSG)

Dani Alves’ 43 Trophies

6x La Liga (Barcelona)
3x UEFA Champions League (Barcelona)
2x UEFA Cup (Sevilla)
5x Copa del Rey (Sevilla and Barcelona)
5x Supercopa de Espana (Sevilla and Barcelona)
3x FIFA Club World Cup (Barcelona)
4x UEFA Super Cup (Sevilla and Barcelona)
2x Copa America (Brazil)
2x FIFA Confederations Cup (Brazil)
1x Olympic Gold (Brazil)
1x U20 World Cup (Brazil)
1x Serie A (Juventus)
1x Coppa Italia (Juventus)
2x Ligue 1 (PSG)
1x Coupe de France (PSG)
1x Couple de la Ligue (PSG)
1x Copa do Nordeste (Bahia)
1x Campeonato Paulista (Sao Paulo)
1x Trophee des Champions (PSG)

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