Updated FIFA World Rankings: Germany remain 15th

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Germany remain 15th in the latest edition of the FIFA World Rankings, which were released today.

Photo: Steffen Prößdorf, CC BY-SA 4.0

Following their results earlier this month, Germany are still 15th in the FIFA World Rankings.

A 1-4 defeat to Japan led to the sacking of coach Hansi Flick, before a trio of Rudi Völler, Sandro Wagner and Hannes Wolf steered Germany to a 2-1 win over France.

At the top of the standings, Argentina remain in first place, ahead of France and Brazil.

1. Argentina, 1851 points
2. France, 1840 points
3. Brazil, 1837 points
4. England, 1794 points
5. Belgium, 1972 points
6. Croatia, 1747 points
7. Netherlands, 1743 points
8. Portugal, 1728 points
9. Italy, 1727 points
10. Spain, 1710 points
11. USA, 1678 points
12. Mexico, 1661 points
13. Morocco, 1658 points
14. Switzerland, 1654 points
15. Germany, 1637 points
16. Colombia, 1629 points
17. Uruguay, 1626 points
18. Denmark, 1606 points
19. Japan, 1605 points
20. Senegal, 1597 points

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Source From: Bulinews.com

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