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17 places separate the Hungarian and Romanian national teams

17 places separate the Hungarian and Romanian national teams

Hungary and Romania also improved by one place each In the world rankings published by the International Football Association Board (FIFA) on Thursday, Brazil continues to lead.

Compared to the last ranking published at the end of August, there was only one change in the top ten, with Italians and Spaniards exchanging places for sixth and seventh, respectively. The Croatians, who reached the top four in the League of Nations, advanced by three places and occupy the twelfth place.

The Hungarian national team, led by Marco Rossi, advanced by one place to the 36th place in the FIFA world rankings. The tricolor led by Edward Urdanecu also moved to one place, and was ranked 53 in the newly published table.

FIFA Ranking (previous order in parentheses):
1. (1) Brazil 1841.3 points
2. (2.) Belgium 1816.71
3. (3.) Argentina 1773.88
4. (4.) France 1759.78
5. (5.) England 1728.47
6. (7.) Italy 1726.14
7. (6.) Spain 1715.22
8. (8.) Netherlands 1694.51
9. (9.) Portugal 1676.56
10. (10.) Denmark 1666.57
11. (11.) Germany 1650.21
12. (15.) Croatia 1645.64
13. (12.) Mexico 1644.89
14. (13.) Uruguay 1638.71
15. (16.) Switzerland 1635.92
… 36. (37) Hungary 1492.2
… 53. (54) Romania 1434.68

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