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Germany drop 14 places in FIFA's World Rankings

By Bulinews Team

Germany's position on FIFA's World Rankings has declined significantly.

Photo: Marco Verch

Before the World Cup, Germany were top of FIFA's World Rankings. But after a disappointing display in Russia, 'Die Mannschaft' are just 15th on the list.

Sensationally, Germany didn't manage to get through the group stages and crashed out after a 0-2 defeat to Korea Republic in their final game.

Unsurprisingly, World champions France are top of the rankings while Croatia, who made it to the final, have also taken a giant leap forward and are now 4th.

Here's the top 20:

1. France, 1726 points
2. Belgium, 1723 points
3. Brazil, 1657 points
4. Croatia, 1643 points
5. Uruguay, 1627 points
6. England, 1615 points
7. Portugal, 1599 points
8. Switzerland, 1597 points
9. Spain, 1580 points
9. Denmark, 1580 points
11. Argentina, 1574 points
12. Chile, 1570 points
13. Sweden, 1565 points
14. Colombia, 1563 points
15. Germany, 1561 points
16. Mexico, 1560 points
17. Netherlands, 1540 points
18. Poland, 1538 points
19. Wales, 1536 points
20. Peru, 1535 points

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