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Rabat – The International Football Association (FIFA) announced the monthly ranking of the national teams. The ranking witnessed the progress of Morocco and Egypt by 4 places, and the Saudi team advanced 7 places and ranked 49th in the world and sixth in the Asian continent.

Morocco, led by coach Vahid Halilhodzic, ranked third in Africa and 29 globally, Egypt ranked sixth in Africa and 44 globally, while Tunisia ranked second in Africa and 27 globally, while Senegal was at the top of the African teams’ classification.

The Egyptian team succeeded in winning the two matches of Libya in the third and fourth rounds of the World Cup qualifiers, which contributed to raising the team’s classification.

Algeria ranked third in the Arab world and fourth in Africa after Senegal, Tunisia and Morocco, after maintaining its 30th rank in the world. On the global level, France returned to the top three in the FIFA rankings after winning the European Nations League title about ten days ago.

The roosters advanced from fourth place to third in the world rankings, behind the leaders Belgium and the runners-up Brazil.

France beat Belgium in the semi-finals of the European Nations League, before defeating Spain in the final of the second edition of the tournament.

Belgium maintained its lead, only 12 points behind Brazil, despite losing the Nations League third-place match against Italy, which advanced to fourth place.

England fell from third to fifth, and Spain advanced one place to seventh, behind Argentina, who ranked sixth.

Portugal ranked eighth, followed by Mexico in ninth, and Denmark in tenth.

Iran topped the rankings in Asia, followed by Japan, Australia, South Korea and Qatar.





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