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The Netherlands and Canada have reached new heights

The next FIFA / Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 23 December 2021

ZURICH, Switzerland, November 19, 2021 / APO Group / –

145 internationals played in November; The Netherlands back in the Top 10 of the FIFA / Coca-Cola World Ranking; Equatorial Guinea and Ecuador are making notable progress.

The thousand game mark has now been crossed! November’s 120 qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar ™, coupled with the 25 friendlies also staged this month, brought the total number of internationals in 2021 to 1,058. since 2018, Belgium (1, -) ends the calendar year at the top.

That said, the Red Devils almost gave up first place to their closest pursuer, Brazil (2, -), who could not take advantage of Belgium’s draw in Wales after a standoff against the Argentina.

Next come France (3, -), whose two qualifying victories this month bring them closer to the leading duo, themselves separated by just 2.1 points.

England (4, +1), who climbed a level thanks to the difficulties of Italy (6, -2) in the qualifiers for Qatar 2022, are approaching the podium. In sixth position in the world rankings, the reigning European champions now also have Argentina (5, +1) ahead of them.

Another country heading in the wrong direction is Mexico (14, -5), whose drop from five places saw them give way in the Top 10 to a team from the Netherlands (10, +1) freshly exit from qualifying for the World Cup.

This month, 13 countries qualified for Qatar 2022, including 11 in the Top 15. Serbia (23, +2) and Qatar (51, -5), the latter automatically qualifying as hosts, are the top 15 countries. two classified. inferior.

Down to 72nd a year ago, Canada (40, +8) is now 40, a high position they haven’t seen since December 1996. And while the Canucks can be proud of their eighth place since the October ranking, three other teams have done even better in the same period: Equatorial Guinea (114, +12), Ecuador (46, +9) and Togo (125, +9 ).

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The next FIFA / Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on December 23, 2021.

Leader Belgium (unchanged) Country entering Top 10 Netherlands (10, +1) Country leaving Top 10 Mexico (14, -5) Total matches played 145 Most matches played Bangladesh, Bolivia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Maldives, Mexico, Seychelles, Sri Lanka (3) Largest increase in points Ecuador (+ 31.81 points) Largest increase in places Equatorial Guinea (+ 12 places) Biggest decrease in points Mexico (- 34.16 points) More sharp drop in places Central African Republic (-15 places) Countries joining Ranking None Countries leaving Ranking None Inactive teams not ranked Cook Islands

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