The new FIFA rankings released on Thursday sees Argentina reclaiming the top spot from Belgium, while World Champions Germany slipped down to fifth. Copa America champions Chile achieved their highest-ever ranking of three and Columbia moved to fourth in the April 2016 edition of FIFA rankings.
World Champions Germany, who suffered a defeat at the hands of England in the recent international break, slipped a place down to
In Asia, Iran retained the top-spot for the best-ranked team with the ranking of 42, while Australia moved up 17 places to reach 50th in the rankings to take the second position in Asia. Losses to Iran and Turkmenistan in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers have seen India moved two places down to 162nd in the rankings.