Over the course of his illustrious career, Lionel Messi has accumulated an impressive total of 44 trophies. His latest addition came on Saturday when he contributed to Inter Miami's triumph in the Leagues Cup.
The majority of Messi's remarkable achievements in football were realized during his time at Barcelona. There, he secured an impressive 10 La Liga titles.
Lionel Messi, the iconic forward, has attained an extraordinary level of success since joining the MLS club Inter Miami this summer. Notably, he has found the net in every appearance for the Florida-based team.
In the middle of July, Messi completed an extraordinary free transfer move to Inter Miami, departing Paris Saint-Germain following the conclusion of his contract with the French giants. Remarkably, the transition to the US-based club seemed seamless for the Barcelona legend, quickly establishing himself as an essential component of the club since his arrival.
As reported by talkSPORT, Messi has now cemented his status as the most decorated footballer in history by securing his inaugural trophy with his new team, Inter Miami.
To quantify Messi's extensive trophy collection, the Leagues Cup marked his 44th title throughout his illustrious nearly two-decade-long career. While achieving success on multiple fronts, his most prolific period was with Barcelona, where he secured numerous titles, notably including 10 La Liga trophies.
His accolades encompass four Champions League triumphs, seven Copa del Rey victories, eight Spanish Super Cup conquests, three FIFA Club World Cup wins, and three UEFA Super Cup glories during his tenure at Camp Nou.
During his stint with PSG, Messi clinched the French Ligue title twice and secured a Trophée des Champions.
On the international stage, the seven-time Ballon d'Or recipient claimed victory in the FIFA World Cup, the Finalissima, the Copa America, an Olympic Gold medal, and a U20 World Cup title.
Curiously, amidst his extensive collection of trophies, there remains one that has eluded Messi despite his participation. Notably, according to Sportbible, the Argentine maestro was unable to lift the Coupe de France during his tenure with PSG.
Prior to Messi's association with the French club, PSG had clinched the title six times in seven years. However, during Messi's first season, PSG fell to Nice on penalties in the semi-finals, and in February 2023, they were eliminated by rivals Marseille in the round of 16.