Thanks to the Leagues Cup that he achieved this Saturday with Inter Miami, Leo Messi won his 44th title and equaled Daniel Alves as the footballer with the most trophies in history.
The Argentine genius He only had his former Brazilian teammate ahead of him in this classification in it Barcelonawho is now on trial in Spain for sexual assault.
But in less than a month at Inter Miami, Messi has radically transformed the dynamics of a losing team (bottom side in the Eastern Conference of the MLS with eleven games in a row without winning) and has led him to a miraculous career that culminated this Saturday with the victory in the Leagues Cup against Nashville (1-1, 9-10 in the round of penalties).
There are some conflicting information about how many titles Alves actually has and some statistics consider that he won 43.
However, FIFA, in a 2021 post on X (the former social network known as Twitter), recognized 44 titles in the career of the right back.
Messi’s impressive track record includes the World Cup Qatar 2022 and the 2021 Copa América with Argentina as well as four Champions League with Barcelona.