Football governing body FIFA have announced their latest rankings. Find out which country leads the ranking this month here!
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FIFA announced their latest rankings on Monday, with Joachim Low's Germany defending their top spot following their two wins in the latest international break.
Brazil remained in second place following their draw with Bolivia and 3-0 victory over Chile.
Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal stayed ahead of Lionel Messi's Argentina after both countries booked their 2018 FIFA World Cup ticket.
Belgium complete the top five, followed by Poland and France.
2010 World Cup champions Spain re-entered the top 10, and now sit in eighth place, while Copa America holders Chile stayed in ninth place despite missing out on World Cup qualification.
Peru complete the top 10, while traditional strongholds such as England (12), Italy (15) and Netherlands (20) all appear outside the top 10.
Tunisia replaced Egypt as Africa's highest ranked nation after climbing to 28th position, while South Africa jumped up six places to 74th position following their 3-1 win over Burkina Faso.
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