The United States men’s national team slipped a spot to 23 in the latest FIFA Rankings.
Sandwiched between Tunisia and Austria, the USMNT remains three points below their average spot of 20.
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The spot is four higher than the less celebrated but more trusted ELO Ratings, which has the U.S. at 27 (five spots higher than it was a year ago after the World Cup qualifying failure in Couva).
Belgium moves out of its tie with France for the top spot in the FIFA Rankings, while Brazil is third and England moves into the Top Five.
The biggest riser in the Top 50 is Russia (up five spots to 41). Northern Ireland and Democratic Republic of Congo each dropped six spots to Nos. 34 and 46, respectively.
Mexico drops a spot to 16th, while Canada rises three to 76.