The large number of worldwide fixtures over the last month has led to plenty of changes in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, including Belgium reaching the top three and six sides attaining their highest-ever position.
Harambee Stars loss to Central African Republic and draw with Comoros during last month's global friendlies greatly contributed to the fall. The Egyptians dropped two places from their position in March.
Meanwhile, Tunisia is the highest ranked African team on 14th place with Senegal and DR Congo on 28 and 38 positions respectively.
The Red Devils jumped above Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal and Lionel Messi's Argentina, who follow in fourth and fifth position respectively.Читайте также: Turnbull loses 30th consecutive Newspoll
The South American football association (CONMEBOL) have made a formal plea to the game's governing body to expand the World Cup to 48 teams in the next tournament (Qatar 2022), four years ahead of the designed plan in 2026.
The FIFA World Cup defending champions, Germany held on to the top spot on the log, despite a draw and defeat in March. They secured a 1-0 win against Poland away from home before losing 2-0 to Serbia in London. Switzerland and France climbed two spots to sixth and seventh.
The next FIFA World Ranking would be released on 17 May 2018.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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