Netherlands went top of the FIFA world rankings for the first time on Wednesday without playing a match in the last month.
World Cup champion Spain stays atop FIFA`s latest world rankings, and Mexico used its Gold Cup triumph to soar into the top 10.
At the top, Netherlands are second behind world and European champions Spain with Brazil third, Germany fourth and Argentina fifth.
Indian football team dropped one place to 145th in the latest FIFA rankings issued on Wednesday, following their three-match all-loss show at last month`s Asian Cup in Doha.
India dropped two places to 144th
in the latest FIFA rankings, two days after the 0-4 drubbing
handed to them by Australia in their opening Asian Cup match
in Doha on Monday.
Spain has ended the year it won its first World Cup top of the FIFA rankings.
World Cup champion Spain heads the latest FIFA rankings, while African champion Egypt has returned to the top 10. Spain, World Cup finalist the Netherlands and Brazil fill the top three spots.
India jumped 16 places to 144th in the latest FIFA rankings issued on Wednesday following its two wins and as many losses in international friendly matches in the past one month.
India rose one place to 132nd in
the latest FIFA rankings issued after the World Cup in South
Spain returned to the top of world rankings in the wake of their World Cup triumph.
Spain has kept the top spot in FIFA`s world rankings list, and Africa Cup of Nations winner Egypt surged into the top 10.
India gained four places to jump
to 130th in the FIFA rankings issued on Wednesday.
India gained one spot from
previous month to end the year at 134th in FIFA World Rankings
released on Wednesday.
India jumped three places to
135th in the released today.
Continuing their upward journey in the world football ranking, India climbed an impressive 11
rungs to figure 138th in the latest chart issued by the game`s
world governing body FIFA.
Brazil stayed top of the FIFA world rankings as the top three remained unchanged in August while Mexico continued their climb up the table as they enjoy a revival under coach Javier Aguirre.
India slipped nine places, the most this year, to 156th in the latest FIFA rankings issued.
Day in Pics: 28th August
August 28, 2014
Bipasha at launch event for Delhi Half Marathon