Navas Surpassed a Former Barcelona Defender to Become the All-Time Leader in a Unique Trophies Won Leaderboard

Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas added another medal to his cabinet following his side’s 2-1 Trophee des Champions final win over Olympique de Marseille.

The win for Navas now gives him four trophies won in two seasons with PSG, which includes winning Ligue 1 last season.

Overall, Navas has won 23 trophies in his career with 16 of them coming in his current playing days in Europe. With the latter, Navas is now the all-time leader in European trophies won by a CONCACAF player.

The PSG goalkeeper was in a tie with former FC Barcelona and AS Monaco defender Rafael Marquez, but he now sits alone at the top spot.

The Costa Rican goalkeeper has been able to reach this number in large part due to his success while with Real Madrid. He won 12 trophies spanning five different competitions while with Real Madrid, which included a trio of UEFA Champions League wins.

As mentioned, Navas has won 23 career trophies, which also ranks most all-time by a CONCACAF player.

Navas may have a real shot at reaching the 30 trophies won number.

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