Uzbekistan have dropped two places from 60th place to 62nd place in the latest FIFA World Ranking which was released on Thursday.
The White Wolves are still staying in the 6th place in Asia when the Islamic Republic of Iran continue to lead the way with Team Melli maintaining their position as the continent’s top side.
Despite dropping two places to 30th globally, Iran remain ahead of Korea Republic who are second in Asia and 43rd overall, while Japan, in third, dropped one spot to 45th in the world.
Fourth-placed Australia climbed two spots to 48th, with Saudi Arabia, who fell one place to 53rd, completing Asia’s top five teams.
Asia’s Top 10 (global rankings in brackets):
Korea Republic (43th)
Saudi Arabia (53rd)
United Arab Emirates (75th)
China PR (82nd)
The next FIFA World Ranking will be released on July 6.