Vietnam remains Southeast Asian No 1 in FIFA rankings

Update: 17:46 | 27/10/2018

Vietnam’s FIFA world ranking for October remained unchanged from the previous month, with 102nd place still good for the top spot in Southeast Asia.

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The country has 1,220 points, putting the team 17th in Asia.

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Vietnamese players celebrate after scoring a match at the Southeast Asia Football Championship.

In Southeast Asia, Vietnam was followed by the Philippines and Thailand, which saw their global rankings fall.

On a global scale, France, at 1,732 points, lost its position at the summit of the rankings to Belgium at 1,733 points. Last month, both nations were ranked 1st with 1,729 points.

They were followed by Brazil (1,699 points) and Croatia (1,635 points).

Overall, the top ten of the rankings saw little change compared to September, with Portugal, Switzerland, Spain and Denmark remaining at the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th places, respectively.


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Source: VNA

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