The Qatar News Agency reported that the Qatar national football team maintained its 55th position in the ranking of international teams according to the monthly classification issued today by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Belgium came at the top of the international teams with 1737 points, followed by France with 1734 points. Brazil (3rd, unchanged), however, are looking over their shoulders somewhat as England (4th, up 1) leapfrogged World Cup finalists Croatia (5th, down 1).
Uruguay (6th, up 1) are the only other movers within the top ten, whereas a dramatic win for Germany (13th, up 3) saw them overtake defeated opponents the Netherlands (16th, down 2), as well as Sweden (14th, unchanged) and Chile (15th, down 2).
As for the Arab teams in Asian continent, the Qatari team topped the teams after maintaining its 55th place, followed by UAE (67th world), Saudi Arabia (72nd), Iraq (76th) and Syria (83rd). As for the Arab teams in Africa, Tunisia ranked in the 28th position, followed by Morocco (45th), Egypt (57th), Algeria (70th), and Mauritania (103rd).
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