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29.06.2009 12:04

Alves adds to honours

David Puig / Jordi Clos

The Confederations Cup is Dani Alves’s 11th title between clubs and national teams. Only Henry, Eto'o and Márquez in the Barça squad have more.

He’s only 26, but Dani Alves has already picked up an enviable amount of silverware. The Confederations Cup won on Sunday with Brazil comes in addition to the Spanish Cup and League and the Champions League he helped Barça to win in May.

More titles with Seville, Brazil and SC Bahía

celebraciones_1.jpgIn addition to the competitions won in 2009 Alves also won two UEFA Cups, a European Super Cup, the Spanish Cup and the Spanish Super Cup with Seville. Playing for Brazil he won the Copa América in 2007. Finally he won the Brazilian Interestatal title in 2002 with his first team Sporte Clube Bahía. That means he’s racked up eleven team titles with clubs and his national side.

Most honours

The Barça players who have won most titles are Thierry Henry (15) and Samuel Eto'o (14). They are closely followed by Rafa Márquez on 13. Behind Alves comes Xavi Hernández (10) and then Leo Messi, Carles Puyol and Andrés Iniesta, who have 9 each.
Alves adds to honours
Back on the 27th
Dani Alves, like all the other internationals who have been playing in the Confederations Cup, is now having a well-deserved break. They will rejoin the Barça squad on 27 July after the club’s preseason camp in London.

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