Portugal maintained today the seventh place in the ranking of soccer selections of the FIFA, that is this month led by Belgium, with a point of advantage over France.
After the unprecedented shared leadership in September, the Belgians, third in the World Cup, 2018, totaled 1,733 points, while the French, world champions, totaled 1,732.
Brazil and Croatia remain in the following places, while England moved up to fifth place, in exchange for Uruguay, in the other change in the ‘top 10’, in addition to the descent of the Gauls.
The opponents of Portugal in Group 3 of the League of Nations had different “sorts”, with Italy going up one place to 19th, and Poland dropping three positions to 21st.
Iran, coached by Carlos Queiroz, moved up three places and is currently ranked 30th, the best-placed Asian team ahead of, among others, South Korea, led by Paulo Bento, who went up two places and follows in the 53rd.
Burkina Faso, of Paulo Duarte, lost another position, such as Cape Verde, while Mozambique carried out the biggest ‘fall’ of the classification, falling nine places to 122.