Brazil defender, Dani Alves, has become the first footballer to win 40 trophies after he won the Copa America on Sunday
The 36-year-old, who captained the Selecao, also won the Best Player of the Tournament award.
The Copa hosts defeated Peru 3-1 in the final at the Maracana on Sunday, to seal their first Copa triumph since 2007.
It was Alves’ fourth international trophy, with two previous Confederations Cups added to his Copa victories.
The fullback won five trophies with Sevilla, before making the move to Barcelona in 2008.
At the Camp Nou, Alves won an incredible 23 tournaments with the Blaugrana during his eight years in Catalonia.
He moved from Barca to Juventus in 2016 and scooped up the Italian double in one season in Turin, before switching to Paris Saint-Germain two seasons ago.
He collected six trophies in France, including the double in both seasons and is now a free agent.