With the consecration in Ligue 1, Lionel Messi He achieved 42 titles in his career and continues to be the most successful Argentinian in history, with a difference of 10 trophies over angel of marywhich adds 32. It is the third Olympic test of the paris saint germainwhile another 34 have been achieved in Barcelona and 5 with Argentina, the last in none other than the Qatar World Cup.
Moreover, the Argentine striker was just one title short of equaling Brazilian Dani Alvesthe player with the most titles in history, who at the age of 40 has 43 in his career and although he has not yet formalized his retirement from professional practice, has been spending his days in a Barcelona prison since January.
Even if it is not known for sure what Messi’s future will be at club level, the man from Rosario is looking for Alves and continues to exploit the rest of the players in the ranking which brings together the greatest number of winners in history, leaving himself to shoulders Andrés Iniesta, Maxwell and Gerard Piqué, all with 37,
A mistake that confuses everyone
some compilations, without the corresponding rigor and also contradicting the parameters, they believe that Messi has reached 42 titles and equaled Alves, since they add the Spanish Super Cup 2005who did not participate in either of the two call-ups, one due to illness and the other following a decision by Dutch coach Frank Rijkaard.
“Unfortunately, only 18 players can enter, but there’s no need to worry. There are many games and there will be room for everyone.” match against Betis for the Spanish Super Cup to Lionel Messi, Maxi López and Damiá.
On 20 August, Barcelona were champions (they won the first leg in Seville 3-0 and lost 2-1 at the Camp Nou) and the Argentines watched the celebrations from the public. They don’t even dare to step onto the playing field. They didn’t get a medal. They do not appear in the photos of the celebrations. They weren’t champions. However, from Barcelona and most of the world of football, they add Messi to that conquest and give him 35 instead of 34 titles.
By then Messi had already won two titles, the 2004/05 championship with Barcelona and the Under-20 World Cup in the Netherlands with the national team. Subsequently, he went on to do Olympic laps and break all records.
In 2015, after winning the Champions League with Barcelona in Berlin, he became the most successful Argentine in history by beating Alfredo Di Stéfano, who has won 24 titles between River, Millionaires, Real Madrid and the Argentina national team.
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