Latest FIFA Rankings: Belgium Sturdy At The Top, Indonesia Up 10 Levels To 165
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JAKARTA - Despite failing to win Euro 2020, Belgium remains at the top of the FIFA ranking list with 1,832.33 points. On the other hand, France, who won the UEFA Nations League and Italy, who won Euro 2020, moved up one place each.

Quoted from Antara from the FIFA.com page, of the countries that entered the top five, Les Bleus and Gli Azzurri whose positions experienced an increase, while Indonesia rose 10 places to 165th position. Indonesia was also the only country that experienced the largest increase in points, as much as 28.56 points.

Brazil are still in second place and only about 12 points behind Belgium, while England have dropped two places to fifth. France and Italy themselves rose to position three and four, respectively.

Spain also moved up one place to seventh, but Portugal dropped one place to 8th, while Germany rose two places to 12th to pass the United States, who was 13th.

Uruguay became the only top 20 to drop three places to 15th. Meanwhile, Indonesia and New Zealand became the two teams that experienced the highest ranking increase, by 10 levels. Indonesia rose to 165th position, while New Zealand's 111th position.

The other teams that made big gains were Morocco, Russia, and Egypt who rose 4 places each, while Saudi Arabia and South Africa rose seven places, Cambodia rose 8 places, and the Central African Republic rose 9 places.

The next FIFA World Rankings will be published on 25 November 2021.

 


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