Published: Sun, April 15, 2018
Medical | By Alyssa Little

Iran falls three places in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

Iran falls three places in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings

The Super Eagles of Nigeria moved up five spots in the latest Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings, the senior national team rose from 52nd to 47th position. Spain fell two places to eighth position, while Chile moved one up into ninth.

Tunisia (14), Senegal (28), Congo DR (38), Morocco (42) and Egypt (46) are all above Nigeria (47) in the African Ranking.

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Germany maintained number one position in the world followed by Brazil. Iceland are now 22nd dropping four spots from their 18th position in March.

"As we like to think big and do [football] justice, I am presenting a written request signed by CONMEBOL's 10 countries for the 2022 World Cup to be played with 48 teams", the organization's president Alejandro Domínguez said.

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Kyrgyz Republic (75th, up 40) stole the show on the world's most populous continent last month, qualifying for their inaugural Asian Cup after defeating Myanmar and leaping up the ranking as a result.

Belgium also climbed onto the podium (third, plus two), following a thumping 4-0 win over Saudi Arabia and Tunisia (14th, plus nine) and Uruguay (17th, plus five) jumping up the table after both recording a pair of friendly victories in March.

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Their ascent leaves them ahead of Mexico, Colombia and Uruguay, and only one place behind England, one of their Group G opponents at the World Cup in Russian Federation. Switzerland and France climbed two spots to sixth and seventh.

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