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Spain rises to sixth place in the FIFA ranking and leaves Italy behind

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ESpain, with 1716.93 points, progresses to sixth place, a place it held until now the Azzurra team, which will not play the next World Cup in Qatar. Of course, Italy, with 1713.86, is now seventh, ahead of the Netherlands (1679.41), which takes eighth place from Portugal (1678.65).

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For its part, the Brazilian team remains at the top of the FIFA world rankings ahead of Belgium, while Argentina climbs to the podium.

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After a very intense month in terms of national team matches, Brazil slightly increased its lead. Now he has 1837.56 points, for the 1821.92 of the Spaniard’s Belgium Robert Martinez.

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The good moment of Leonel Scaloni’s Albiceleste is reflected in its growth. It is already third with 1770.65 points, surpassing France (1764.85). England, despite its poor performance in the League of Nations, remains fifth (1737.46).

Denmarkone of the selections that are leaving the best sensations in recent times, goes up to the tenth placey Germany to the eleventh to the detriment of Mexico, twelfth after dropping three positions. Uruguay remains thirteenth.

The Top 10

  1. Brazil 1837.56
  2. Belgium 1821.92
  3. Argentina 1770.65
  4. France 1764.85
  5. England 1737.46
  6. spain 1716.93
  7. Italia 1713.86
  8. Netherlands 1679.41
  9. Portugal 1678.65
  10. Denmark 1665.47



Source: www.marca.com

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