Belgium rises one place in the world ranking of the FIFA. The Red Devils were not in action compared to the previous publication on 6 July. Brazil takes the leading position from Germany.
The next ranking will be released on 14 september and on that day the Belgians have two kwalificatieduels for the world cup 2018 in Russia. Sclessin is on Thursday, August 31, the battleground for the match against Luxembourg. The King Baudouin stadium is in full preparation for the Memorial Van Damme. Sunday, september 3, to play the Devils in Greece.
Brazil is the new leader of the FIFA ranking, at the expense of Germany. The Divine Canaries cross the reigning world champion passed on the basis of their good results in the world cup qualifying group in South America. They are after fourteen matches, the sovereign in the lead, with a nine-point lead over closest achervolger Colombia. The land of Falcao and James Rodríguez is eighth in the new rankings.
European champion in Portugal is only sixth, and must, in addition to Germany, two European countries for themselves. Switzerland is fourth and Poland was fifth place never higher stood than now. Check out the full top ten below.
??Brazil back on top
??Poland reach all-time high
??Switzerland rise to fourth
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