The Korean men’s national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, raised its FIFA ranking from 28th to 26th.
According to the FIFA rankings announced on the 21st, Korea rose from 28th in July to 26th this time.
It is interpreted that the 1-0 win against Saudi Arabia in the September international match had an influence on this ranking increase. Korea’s FIFA ranking, which was 25th last year, fell to 28th due to a winless streak in international matches in March and June after Coach Klinsmann took office, but rebounded to 26th this time.
As a result, Korea became 3rd in Asia, following Japan (19th) and Iran (21st).
Australia rose to 27th place last June, surpassing Korea, but fell to 4th place in Asia as Korea’s ranking rose.토토사이트
Argentina, winner of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, maintained first place. France remained 2nd, Brazil 3rd, England 4th, Belgium 5th, Croatia 6th, and the Netherlands 7th.
Portugal rose from 9th to 8th, and Italy fell from 8th to 9th.
Morocco rose from 14th to 13th, and Switzerland fell to 14th.
Germany lost to Japan in the September international match, but maintained its 15th place by winning against France.
Colombia rose from 17th to 16th. Uruguay fell to 17th place.
Denmark rose from 19th to 18th, and Japan rose from 20th to 19th. Senegal fell from 18th to 20th.
Iran rose from 22nd to 21st, while Peru fell to 22nd.
Austria ranks 25th, one place higher than Korea. Austria, which continues its undefeated streak in international matches this year, jumped from 29th to 25th in an instant.