Belgium remain atop the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, following the nation’s eight consecutive wins and 15 victories in the last 18 matches played.
Poor UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, which culminated with a 2-1 loss to already-eliminated Greece several days ago, resulted in Bosnia and Herzegovina dropping three ranking points and sliding down the table to No. 48.
This is Bosnia’s worst ranking since 2011, when the country’s national team briefly occupied 56th position in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking - right before the successful 2014 World Cup campaign saw Bosnia climb all the way up to highest-ever 13th place.
There was little change in the Top 10, as Belgium retained pole, while France, Brazil and England remain the closest chasers. Uruguay, Portugal, Croatia, Spain, Argentina and Colombia complete the Top 10.
Serbia climbed up two places to 33rd, while Montenegro and Slovenia dropped down two and seven places to 61st and 65th, respectively. Kosovo has overtaken five nations to climb up to 114th in the FIFA World Ranking, their best ranking position to date.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on November 28.