Argentina top; USMNT moves up in latest FIFA rankings

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The U.S. men’s national team have moved up one spot in the latest FIFA rankings.

Jurgen Klinsmann’s played two 2018 World Cup qualifiers in March, losing 2-0 away to Guatemala and then beating the same opposition 4-0 home a few days later.

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The USMNT is now tied 29th in the world, but at the top we have a new leader.

Argentina has move to the top of the world rankings as they replace Belgium, while Chile is up to third as the reigning South American champions are at the highest-ever ranking.

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The top five is dominated by South American teams as Colombia is in fourth place and Germany rounds off the top five.

Mexico is the highest ranked CONCACAF team at 16th as they move up six spots, while Costa Rica is in 25th after climbing eight places.

Below is the top 30 in full.


 

1. Argentina
2. Belgium
3. Chile
4. Colombia
5. Germany
6. Spain
7. Brazil
8. Portugal
9. Uruguay
10. England
11. Austria
12. Ecuador
13. Turkey
14. Switzerland
15. Italy
16. Mexico
17. Netherlands
18. Hungary
19. Romania
20. Bosnia and Herzegovina
21. France
22. Ukraine
23. Croatia
24. Wales
25. Costa Rica
26. Northern Ireland
27. Poland
27. Russia
29. Czech Republic
29. USA