Belgium tops the world in the first classification in the time of Corona ... and there is no change in the Arab teams

Belgium has held onto the top of the world football rankings in the first ranking to appear after a long hiatus due to the Corona pandemic.

Belgium was ahead of France second, Brazil third and England fourth, while the Egyptian team maintained its position in the world rankings, and the official website of the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) published the new classification of the teams according to the latest developments.

World football was on a date with 54 matches in the European Nations League, which was directly reflected in the world ranking, which has remained unchanged since April 9, but the first four teams were not affected by this change, and Portugal succeeded in advancing two places from seventh to fifth, which is what Reflected negatively on Croatia, which fell two places from the sixth to the eighth.

As for Arabs, most of the teams kept their positions unchanged.

Russia was the largest beneficiary during this ranking, as it advanced six places to rank (32), thanks to two victories over Serbia and Hungary, while Tunisia and Iran benefited from these changes and results even without playing, as the "Carthage Eagles" ranked 26th and Iran. Three places towards the center (30).

On the Asian front, Japan maintained the lead (28th, with 1500 points), Iran was second (30, with 1489), South Korea was third (39, 1464), Australia was fourth (41, with 1457), Qatar was fifth (55, 1396 points), and Saudi Arabia was sixth (66). , With 1351), Iraq is seventh (70, with 1344), and the UAE is in eighth place (71, with 1334).

On the African continent, Senegal remained in the lead (20th place, with 1,555 points), Tunisia second (26, 1506), Nigeria (29, 1493), Algeria fourth (35, 1482), Morocco fifth (43, 14556) and Ghana sixth (46, B 1439) and Egypt seventh (51, b 1420).

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