With the Africa Cup of Nations, the UEFA Nations League and the Copa America campaigns now completed, FIFA have announced their latest world rankings, and there have been many changes.
Click through the gallery above to see the top 10 in the latest FIFA rankings.
Algeria, Brazil and Portugal were the winners of the three big tournaments this year, and their success is mirrored in their new positions in the FIFA rankings.
The Selecao climbed one spot from third to second, overtaking 2018 FIFA World Cup winners France, but remaining behind leaders Belgium.
Other Copa America participants such as Uruguay, Colombia and Argentina also moved up in the top 10.
England stayed in fourth spot ahead of Uruguay, while Portugal dropped to sixth despite winning the inaugural Nations League title.
Croatia follow in seventh place, before Colombia, Spain and Argentina complete the new top 10, respectively.
Afcon 2019 winners Algeria made the biggest jump, climbing 28 places to 40th position, while runners-up Senegal remained the highest-ranked African team after moving into 20th spot.
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