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Fifa ranking: France climbs on the podium, Brazil in the lead, Morocco at the gates of the Top 10


Behind Brazil, which retains the lead, Argentina and France complete the podium. Croatia joins the Top 10 while the Lions of

The Atlas Lions are world high jump champions.

Performance validated by Fifa, which updated its ranking on Thursday.

The first African country to reach the semi-finals of a World Cup during the Qatari edition, Morocco rose 11 places to climb to the gates of the Top 10, in eleventh position.

A Top 10 slightly turned upside down.

Brazil, which came out in the quarter-finals, retains the lead, ahead of the Argentinian world champions and their victim in the final, the France team.

Seven teams have risen by more than ten places in the #FIFARanking since December 2021 ⬆

But @EnMaroc are the year's highest climbers!


— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) December 22, 2022

The Albiceleste and the Blues each gained a place, pushing Belgium to fourth place.

As Spain fall three floors to land in the tenth seat, Croatia break into the Top 10, dropping from 12th to 7th after finishing third at the World Cup.

Knocked out of the competition from the pools, Germany and Denmark fail in 14th and 18th places, respectively falling three and eight places.

In the radius of the most impressive leaps, Australia equals Morocco, at a much lower altitude since the Socceroos reach 27th place after their surprise qualification in the round of 16 of the World Cup.

Among the losers, Canada falls from the top despite its return to the biggest stage of international football.

Alphonso Davies' teammates have lost twelve places and somehow landed in 53rd position.

Finally, Qatar also left the Top 50. After serving as sparring partner in Pool A, the host country of the last World Cup now ranks 60th.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2022-12-22

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