Former Juventus full-back Dani Alves helped Brazil secure Olympic gold and has thus lifted his 44th title in an illustrious career.
With the 2-1 win after extra time over Spain in the Olympics, the 38-year-old Sao Paulo defender has bettered his already incredible record.
The Brazilian, who’s career that includes stints with Bahia, Sevilla, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona, has picked up his 44th title.
Two of them came during his time with Juventus in 2017-18 , when he won Serie A and the Coppa Italia under Max Allegri’s first stint with the club.
Alves’ 44 titles:
Barcelona: 23 – La Liga (6), Copa del Rey (4), Spanish Super Cup (4), Champions League (3), UEFA Super Cup (3), FIFA Club World Cup (3)
Paris Saint-Germain: 6 – Ligue 1 (2), Coupe de France (1), Coupe de la Ligue (1), Trophees des Champions (1)
Sevilla: 5 – Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Cup (2), UEFA Super Cup
Juventus: 2 – Serie A, Coppa Italia
Bahia: 1 – Copa do Nordeste
Sao Paulo: 1 – Campionato Paulista
Brazil: 6 – Copa America (2), Confederations Cup (2), Olympics, U20 World Cup