FIFA has revealed the latest men’s ranking only months before the World Cup 2022. Argentina rises up as France loses their 3rd spot. Brazil remains at the top. Here’s the top 10 men’s rankings according to FIFA.
South American vibes at the top of the #FIFARanking 🇧🇷🇦🇷
Brazil and Argentina both in the top three for the first time in almost five years! pic.twitter.com/N7BlxODTMi
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2022
The South American vibes continue before the World Cup as Brazil and Argentina find themselves in the top 3. They will be hot favorites to play the semi-finals in the World Cup 2022. Brazil completed an undefeated CONMEBOL qualifying campaign. On the other hand, the South American champions Argentina were also undefeated in the qualifiers.
Belgium keeps their 2nd spot despite getting smashed by the Netherlands by 1-4 goals in the Nations League.
The World Champions France looked out of shape in the Nations League matches earlier in June. They succumbed to two defeats against Denmark and Croatia, losing their 3rd spot.
England holds on to their 5th spot despite losing against Hungary by 0-4 goals. They need to sort out many things if they want to play the semi-finals.
Spain finished at the top of Group A2 with gradually impressive performances. La Roja moves one place up swapping Italy.
The Azzurri are at 7th, being the highest ranking team that will not play the World Cup 2022.
The Netherlands have moved up 2 spots following their impressive Nations League matches. We find Portugal at 9th and Denmark at 10th. Germany is at 11th spot, moving one spot up.
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