3 Players Who Have Won More Trophies Than Ronaldo
Known as Kenny King, this forward racked up an impressive 29 trophies during his club football career with Celtic and Liverpool. The Scott arrived at Liverpool with a record-breaking transfer fee of £440,000. He was worth all the money as he repaid this sum numerous times as a player and then as a manager.He went on to guide Blackburn Rovers and Celtic to domestic glory as their manager.
The big Swede needs no introduction, as the 36-year-old has delivered some of the biggest self-praise one-liners in the history of football.He also has the talent to match his huge ego, and a constant narrative throughout Zlatan’s career alongside the goals has been he has trophies won.
Ibrahimovic has played for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, and therefore, there is no surprise about the talent he possesses, winning titles in five different countries, and would have been higher on the list, but for the trophies which were stripped off Juventus due to the Calciopoli scandal in 2006.
Undoubtedly one of the greatest midfielders in history, Xavi held sway in the Barcelona and the Spain midfield for almost a decade alongside Andres Iniesta as they helped both teams attain the most glorious periods of their footballing history.
A product of the famed La Masia academy, Xavi joined the Barcelona youth set-up in 1991, and went on to spend the next 24 years with the club, progressing through the ranks, until his departure in 2015.
A master of the distribution game, he was the fulcrum through which Pep Guardiola’s tiki-taka gameplan went and therefore, holds numerous passing records.
Xavi is a bonafide Blaugrana legend who got a fitting send-off, as the club won the second treble in their history, with the little magician lifting the 2015 Champions League trophy, before moving to Al Saad in Qatar.
He ended his stay at Barcelona with 25 trophies, in addition to three he won with the Spanish national team and three cup titles won in Qatar with Al Sadd. He was the most decorated Spanish player in history prior to Iniesta overtaking him in 2017.