FIFA’s latest ranking-Brazil returns to the first national football after 7 years, rises 5 places, Asia still ranks 9th

FIFA latest ranking: Brazil returns to the first national football after 7 years, rises 5 places, Asia still ranks 9th
On the afternoon of April 6th, Beijing time, FIFA announced the latest world ranking of men’s football.Brazil’s national team returned to the world’s first throne after seven years, and Argentina gave up the top spot.Switzerland rose by two places to the top 10.The Chinese Men’s Football Team defeated South Korea 1-0 in the World Preliminaries and rose 5 places to 81st place.  In the World Preliminaries on March 28th, Brazil defeated Paraguay 3-0 at home and locked the tickets for the 2018 World Cup 4 rounds in advance, becoming the first national team to advance to the 2018 World Cup in addition to the host Russia.With the wonderful performance of the World Preliminaries, the Brazilian team rose by one place, and once again took the FIFA World No. 1 throne after 7 years!  Among the top 10 teams, Germany and Chile still maintain 3-4 positions. In March, Colombia, which had a two-game winning streak, rose to fifth place, and Belgium fell two places to seventh place.6th France, 8th Portugal, and 10th Spain remain unchanged.  In the AFC, Iran ranks 28th in the world and is the leader in Asia.South Korea ranks 43rd, Japan ranks 44th, Australia ranks 50th, Saudi Arabia ranks 52nd, Uzbekistan ranks 60th, UAE ranks 74th, and Syria ranks 80th.The Chinese team is still the 9th in Asia. The only difference is that Qatar is overtaken by the national football team, but Syria is ranked higher than the national football team.  In the previous ranking, the national football team was 86th in the world and 9th in Asia, ranking lower than the small countries of Central and North America and the Caribbean, Saint Kitts and Nevis.Saint Kitts and Nevis ranked 73rd in the previous FIFA rankings, and this ranking is only 4.A small country with a population of 60,000 dropped 26th, ranking 99th, surpassed by the national football team.