One game, one goal, one new medal.
Dani Alves had a PSG debut to remember on Saturday, as he scored a fantastic free-kick against AS Monaco in the French Super Cup, as PSG picked up their first trophy of the season.
The 34-year-old Brazilian recently moved to the French capital following a season at Juventus.
Monaco 1 – PSG 2
Monaco, last season’s Ligue 1 champs, took the lead through Djibril Sidibe on the half hour.
But Alves levelled the contest in the 51st minute when he found the target with a brilliant free-kick.
Adrien Rabiot sealed the win for the Parisians just after the hour mark.
Overtakes Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Looking at club football alone, and not the international arena, Dani Alves has now becomes the most decorated active footballer in the world.
He’s picked up 34 career trophies, which is one more than Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is currently on the sidelines with injury.
Ibra could yet win more medals in his career, especially if he rejoins Man United this season.
Staying with the Red Devils, United legend Ryan Giggs sits just above Alves in the all-time medals table with 35 trophies.
Dani Alves, who adds yet another medal to his growing collection, becomes the most decorated active footballer (club honours only) pic.twitter.com/VSz7iRfv3U
— Mohamed Moallim (@iammoallim) July 29, 2017