Carlos Tevez's career has had it all. The one constant is that it heavily features success. In every country he's played in, he's claimed at least one winners medal.
Tevez has won 23 trophies in total. Across seven different clubs, in his 17 years as a professional, he's won 18 domestic titles and 5 on the continental stage.
He didn't win anything with the Argentina national side although he did play in two Copa America finals (2004 and 2015). At youth level he was more fortunate; winning the U20 Sudamericano (2003), the U23 Pre-Olympics tournament (2004) and a gold medal at the Athens Olympic Games (2004). If you include those three titles, Tevez moves onto 26 in total.
FIRST SPELL AT BOCA
Carlitos was at Boca from 2001 to 2004. There he won the Torneo Apertura 2003, the CONMEBOL Libertadores 2003, the Intercontinental 2003 and the CONMEBOL Sudamericana 2004 .
In December 2004 he moved to Brazil where he won the Brasileirao in 2005 .
After his successful stint in the 2006/07 season with West Ham, the club avoided relegation due to his goal in the last match of the season, he joined Manchester United on loan. He won the Premier League in 2007/08 and 2008/09, the Community Shield in 2008, the League Cup in 2009, the Champions League in 2007/08 and the Club World Cup in 2008.
At the end of his loan deal Tevez remained in Manchester but signed for United's local rivals, Manchester City. Aside from Boca, it was the team he played the most games for in his career after spending four years at the Etihad Stadium. He won the FA Cup in 2010/11, the Premier League and the Community Shield in 2011/12.
In 2013 he moved to Juventus where he become a key member of Antonio Conte's squad. He won the Supercopa de Italia in 2013, the Serie A in 2013/14 and 2014/15, plus the Copa Italia in 2015. That same year he also reached the final of the Champions League for the second time but lost against FC Barcelona.
SECOND SPELL AT BOCA
After losing the European Cup to Messi's side, Tevez made a surprising return to Boca Juniors. He won the Campeonato de Primera División and the Copa Argentina in 2015.
His short stay in Asia did add another trophy to his cabinet though: the 2017 China Cup.
CURRENT SPELL AT BOCA
In Tevez's absence Guillermo Barros Schelotto led Boca to the Superliga 2016/17 crown, although Apache did play at the start of that season. With his return in 2018, he helped Boca win the Superliga 2017/18.