FIFA announced their latest rankings on Thursday, with Uzbekistan’s one-place climb to the 64th place with 579 points as they are the 6th highest ranked team in Asia while Iran leads the chart.
Brazil is back on top of the FIFA rankings, replacing World Cup holder Germany. Argentina retained third place, Switzerland rose to fourth – its highest position since the first rankings 24 years go – and Poland moved into an all-time best fifth.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal dropped from fourth place to sixth, while Alexis Sanchez' Chile stayed at seventh. Colombia and Belgium follow the Chileans respectively, while Didier Deschamps' France are 10th in the standings. Both Spain and Italy remained outside the top 10.