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Boca beat Banfield on penalties and won the Diego Maradona Cup. He Xeneize He recovered from the last blow by the Copa Libertadores against Santos and fulfilled his goal of staying with the star number 70 in his history.
With this conquest, Carlos Tevez affirms himself on the podium of the Argentine footballers with the most titles of history. Lionel Messi is the biggest winner, while in second place appear the Apache and Fought González.
The one born in Fort Apache (36 years), with this award, add 29 titles to his credit, the same as Lucho Gonzalez, who is 39 years old. Of course, Lionel Messi (32 years) is the undisputed leader with 36 statuettes.
Carlos Tevez has 11 cups obtained with the club of his loves, reaching Juan Román Riquelme: Apertura 2003, Libertadores 2003, Intercontinental 2003, Sudamericana 2003, Championship 2015, Argentina Cup 2015, Championship 2017, Super League 2018, Super Cup Argentina 2019, Super League 2019/20 and Diego Maradona Cup 2020.
Further, he Apache won a tournament with Corinthians (Brasileirao 2005), nine with Manchester United (3 Premier League, 2 Community Shield, 1 Champions League, 1 Club World Cup, 1 FA Cup and 1 League Cup), four with Juventus (2 Serie A, 1 Italian Cup, 1 Italian Super Cup), uno con el Shanghai Shenhua (China Cup) and three with the Argentine team (1 South American Sub 20, 1 Pre-Olympic Sub 23 and the 2004 Athens Olympic Games).
Ángel Di María (32 years old), from Paris Saint Germain, has 27 trophies while the retired Argentines close the table: Alfredo Di Stéfano, Esteban Cambiasso and Javier Mascherano, who hold 25 titles.
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