Ronaldo wins his 34th trophy; moves over Xavi in list of most trophies

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Following a 2-1 victory over Atalanta, the famed Portuguese forward and his Juventus teammates lifted the Coppa Italia trophy. Dejan Kulusevski and Federico Chiesa scored goals either side of halftime to give Juve the trophy in what may be Ronaldo’s last season in Turin. 

Cristiano Ronaldo now has a record of 34 trophies to his name throughout his distinguished career.

In the process, he goes up the list of footballers with the most medals to their credit, passing Barcelona legend Xavi, who still holds the record with 33.

The forward helped the Spanish team win La Liga and the Copa del Rey, and the Italian Cup was the only big club trophy in those three countries he didn’t have after two Serie A trophies with Juve.

The Top 10 with most trophies

Dani Alves, a former Barcelona midfielder, is at the forefront of the star-studded list.

In his illustrious career, the 38-year-old Brazil international has won 42 trophies, placing him five ahead of Messi, Iniesta, and Maxwell.

With 36 trophies, Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is in the fifth position, while Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish and Barcelona defender Gerard Pique both have 35.

The full list:

10. Xavi – 33 trophies

=8. Vitor Baia – 34 trophies

=8. Cristiano Ronaldo – 34 trophies

=6. Gerard Pique – 35 trophies

=6. Sir Kenny Dalglish – 35 trophies

5. Ryan Giggs – 36 trophies

=2. Maxwell – 37 trophies

=2. Andres Iniesta – 37 trophies

=2. Lionel Messi – 37 trophies

1. Dani Alves – 42 trophies