After Lionel Messi added yet another trophy to his collection at the weekend, here are the 10 players with the most pieces of silverware in the history of football.
Click through the gallery above to see the 10 players with the most trophies in the sport, according to GiveMeSport.
The Argentine scored in Paris Saint-Germain's 1-1 draw with Lens on Saturday night to secure the point the French giants needed to win the 2021/22 Ligue 1 trophy.
While his debut season in France has been largely underwhelming, Messi has now got his hands on his first trophy as a PSG player, although it is the 39th of his career after previously building up a large collection at Barcelona.
The seven-time Ballon d'Or winner picked up a history-making 35 titles at his boyhood club, while he also claimed the FIFA World Youth Championship, Summer Olympics and Copa America trophies with Argentina.
The latest addition to his cabinet sees him extend his record over former Barcelona and PSG left-back Maxwell, who claimed a remarkable 37 titles during his illustrious playing days.
Another one of Messi's ex-teammates, Gerard Pique, has celebrated an astonishing 35 trophies since making his professional debut at Manchester United in 2004. After picking up three pieces of silverware with the Red Devils, he has since collected a further 32 with the Catalan giants and Spain.
Cristiano Ronaldo, meanwhile, is eighth on the list with his tally of 34 team trophies. While he will not add another one to his collection this season, the Portuguese will be desperate to return with a vengeance in the 2022/23 campaign.
High-profile stars such as Andres Iniesta, Ryan Giggs and Xavi Hernandez also feature in the standing, but who holds the top spot? Have a look in the gallery above to find out!
* Trophies won on the international youth stage are taken into account.
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