Brazil continues to lead the table.

Brazil continues to lead the table.

LFifa published this Thursday an update of its world ranking of men's soccer teams, in which there are hardly any changes compared to the previous June update, after a summer starring women's football at the international level, in which 58 men's team matches were also played, especially in Africa and Asia.

Within the top 20 there has been no change: Spain continues to hold sixth place and Brazil continues to lead the table, with Belgium, Argentina, France and England behind, in that order, and Italy (which will not play the World Cup), the Netherlands, Portugal and Denmark after the team led by Luis Enrique, completing the top ten positions.

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Mauritania (107th) and Botswana (146th) are the teams that have won the most places, with 3 each, although only Iran (22nd) and World Cup hosts Qatar (48th) have been able to move up a spot in the top 50.

Mozambique (116th), Angola (120th) and Bermuda (168th)
They also stand out after gaining two positions each, waiting for the changes that may occur as a result of the commitments that each team will have to face next September, a month full of appointments in international football.

Fifa will publish on October 6, a new update of the ranking, once the September matches have been held, in which Spain will finish the group stage of the UEFA Nations League against Switzerland, at home, and Portugal, away, looking to retain the leadership of their group.

Colombia, for its part, is 16 and is moving further away from the top 10 and for its future, it will drop further.

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 Brazil continues to lead the table.