How does the Finalissima affect Lionel Messi’s trophy cabinet?


Argentina won the trophy on Wednesday night, thanks to goals from Lautaro Martinez, Angel Di Maria, Paulo Dybala.

While the Finalissima may just be a glorified friendly, Messi’s impressive performance on the night saw him add another ‘trophy’ to his cabinet.

Prior to the victory, the 34-year-old had lifted 37 trophies during his senior career, with last summer’s Copa America victory being his first major title at senior level with Argentina.

With the low-rated Finalissima added to the list, here’s what Messi’s trophy cabinet looks like.

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

FIFA U20 World Cup (with Argentina U20)

UEFA Champions League (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

Olympic gold (with Argentina U23)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

UEFA Champions League (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

UEFA Super Cup (with Barcelona)

FIFA Club World Cup (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

UEFA Champions League (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

UEFA Super Cup (with Barcelona)

FIFA Club World Cup (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

UEFA Champions League (with Barcelona)

UEFA Super Cup (with Barcelona)

FIFA Club World Cup (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

Spanish Super Cup (with Barcelona)

Copa del Rey (with Barcelona)

Copa America (with Argentina)

CONMEBOL-UEFA Cup of Champions (with Argentina)


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