Dani Alves expands his historical record

More titles than years. Dani alves has achieved his 38 years its title number 43 and he continues to expand his record as the most successful player in football history.

The Brazilian side has managed to hang the gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after beating the Spanish team in the final 2-1 in a duel that had to be decided in extra time with a decisive goal from Malcom.

In this way, Alves he achieves the goal for which he had gone to Japan, playing his first Olympic Games at age 38 and winning an award that was still missing from their showcases.

TOP-10 of players with the most titles:

  1. Dani Alves – 43 titles
  2. Leo Messi -37 titles
  3. Andres Iniesta. 37 titles
  4. Maxwell: 37 titles
  5. Ryan Giggs: 36 titles
  6. Gerard Piqué: 35 titles
  7. Kenny Dalglish: 35 titles
  8. Vítor Baía: 34 titles
  9. Xavi Hernández: 33 titles
  10. Cristiano Ronaldo: 33 titles

The Brazilian leads the ranking of the most successful footballers ahead of three former teammates at FC Barcelona: Messi, Iniesta and Maxwell, all three with 37 titles to their name. Behind are Ryan Giggs (36), Gerard Piqué and Kenny Dalglish (35), Vítor Baía (34), Xavi (33) and Cristiano Ronaldo, who with 33 titles closes the TOP-10 of the ranking.

The World Cup, the only one that resists him

His titles include: 3 Champions achieved with Barça, the league championships in Spain, Italy and France or the Club World Cup among many others. At the national level, this gold medal in the Olympic Games joins the achievement of the America’s Cup and the Confederations Cup. The only title missing is the World Cup with Brazil.

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