A bad sequence that pays cash.
Unable to win any match in June during the League of Nations, the France team leaves the top three of the FIFA rankings.
The Blues, who were in third place, now find themselves fourth behind Brazil, Belgium and Argentina.
A first since September 2021 to no longer see the world champions in the Top 3. A ranking dear to President Noël Le Graët.
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Last of their group and already eliminated from the competition, the men of Didier Deschamps, very decimated and out of breath, experienced a catastrophic sequence with defeats at the Stade de France against Denmark (1-2) and Croatia (0 -1) and two draws in Austria (1-1) and Croatia (1-1).
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The Blues (1764.85) are notably overtaken by Argentina (1765.13), who dominated Italy (3-0) on June 1st.
Note that Brazil, still the leader, is widening the gap with Belgium.
For the rest of the Top 10, Spain (6th, +1 place), the Netherlands (8th, +2 places) and Denmark (10th, +1 place) have progressed while Italy (7th, - 1 place) and Portugal (9th, -1 place) are down.