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USMNT drops 2 spots in FIFA World Rankings

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And we have a new Top 6 in CONCACAF.

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The United States Men’s National Team had a terrible night in Toronto, and it caused them to drop a bit in the newly released FIFA World Rankings. The USMNT fell to 23rd, down 2 spots from the September rankings.

The top 4 spots in the world remain unchanged, led by #1 Belgium, then France, Brazil, and England. The rest of the top 10 in the world: Uruguay, Portugal, Croatia, Spain, Argentina, and Colombia.

This month’s FIFA World Rankings see a change in the top 6 teams in CONCACAF. The June 2020 rankings determine who from CONCACAF qualify for the Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying. Currently, the top 6 in the region are Mexico (11), USA (23), Jamaica (45), Costa Rica (47), Honduras (63), and Canada (69). Canada vaulted into 6th fresh off the victory against the USMNT last week in CONCACAF Nations League group play. The next 4 teams in CONCACAF are El Salvador (73), Curaçao (76), Panama (80), Haiti (88).

Hit the comments to discuss the USMNT’s ranking this month as well as who you think ends up making it to the Hex.