Rugby Japan retreats to 8th place in world ranking Last night's defeat at 10:53 on October 21
In the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup, Japan lost to South Africa on the 20th and retreated to 8th place in the latest world ranking.
The World Rugby World Ranking is converted by the World Headquarters International Headquarters, “World Rugby”, and the results of each team are converted into points, and updated during each World Cup period.
Japan advanced to the best 8 in the World Cup for the first time in the history and finished the tournament by losing 3 to 26 to the strongest South Africa in the quarterfinals on the 20th.
Japan moved up to the 6th place in the world before the match because the top team lost in the previous quarterfinal match, but moved back to 8th place as a result of the quarterfinals.
In the top ten, New Zealand, which advanced to the semi-finals, finished first, England second, Wales third and South Africa fourth.
The semi-finals will be held in Yokohama on the 26th of this month in England vs New Zealand and on the 27th in Wales vs South Africa.