Dani Alves may have to buy a bigger trophy cabinet. The flamboyant Brazilian was the protagonist as Paris Saint-Germain pipped Monaco to the French Super Cup on Saturday evening in Tangiers, his 35th title as a professional footballer.
This latest piece of silverware moves Alves alongside Ryan Giggs and Kenny Dalglish at the top of the list of players who have won the most titles.
Alves won majority with Barcelona
The marauding full back won 65% of his titles (23) during an eight-year spell at Barcelona: six LaLiga titles, four Copas del Rey, five Spanish Super Cups, three Champions Leagues, three European Super Cups, and three Club World Cups.
He won the rest with five different teams: One with Bahia, one with PSG (French Super Cup), two with Juventus (Serie A and Coppa Italia), three with Brazil (two Confederations Cups and one Copa América), and five with Sevilla (one Copa del Rey, one Spanish Super Cup, two UEFA Cups, and one European Super Cup.
Giggs won all of his 35 titles wearing the shirt of Manchester United, while 'King' Kenny Dalglish won 14 with Celtic, and a further 21 with Liverpool.