Following the recent international break, during which both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo shone for their respective countries, FIFA has revealed its latest world rankings.
Click through the gallery above to see the top 10 nations in the latest FIFA world rankings!
Roberto Martinez's Belgium maintained their top spot after their two 2020 UEFA European Championship qualifiers, a 4-1 away win over Russia and a 6-1 home victory over Cyprus.
World champions France remain in second place, while Tite's Brazil are in at third after losing 1-0 to Argentina and beating Korea Republic 3-0.
England and Uruguay follow in fourth and fifth place, respectively, while the only change in the top 10 comes in at sixth position, with Croatia climbing above Euro 2016 winners Portugal, who dropped to seventh in the standing.
Spain, Argentina and Colombia occupy the next three positions, respectively, while the highest-ranked African nation remains Senegal in 20th position – click through the gallery above to see the full top 10!
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