Several of the biggest names in international football have made significant gains in the latest edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
Belgium (1st, unchanged) continue at the top, increasing their advantage over France (2nd, unchanged) in the FIFA world rankings
Former world champions are also on the rise. Spain (7th, up 2), Germany (11th, up 2) and Italy (14th, up 3) all ascended the global ladder on the back of positive results in the EURO qualifiers.
England remains ahead of Nations League champions Portugal in the new Fifa world rankings – despite losing in the recent semi-finals.
India to enter Top 100 of FIFA World Rankings
The Indian national team remains unmoved at 101 in the June 2019 edition of the FIFA Rankings released on Friday.
The Blue Tigers are set to face Tajikistan (120), DPR Korea (122) and Syria (85) in the upcoming Intercontinental Cup 2019 next. India enters the tournament as defending champions.
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