Leo Messi can move to second in the all-time trophy list

The Argentine forward will only be behind Dani Alves if he leads Barca to Super Cup victory

Jordi Gil

Lionel Messi could become the player with the second most trophies in the history of football. The Argentine star has won 36 titles in his c career and is one away from equalling Andres Iniesta and Maxwell on 37. Top of the all-time list is former Barcelona player Dani Alves, with 42.

Messi has won 10 leagues with Barca, eight Spanish Super Cups, six Copa del Reys, four Champions Leagues, three European Super Cups and three Club World Cups. With his national team he has won an Olympic gold medal and an U20 World Cup, with both titles counting as officially decreed by FIFA.

In the case of beating Bilbao and winning the Super Cup today, Leo will pull level with his former team-mate Iniesta, who won 32 with Barca and three with Spain, and two in Japan (Emperor Cup and Super Cup).

TOP TROPHY WINNERS OF ALL TIME

  1. Dani Alves 42
  2. Iniesta 37
  3. Maxwell 37
  4. Messi 36
  5. Giggs 36
  6. Daglish 35
  7. Pique 34
  8. Vitor Baia 34
  9. Xavi 33
  10. Cristiano Ronaldo 32

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