The United States Men’s National Team dropped to 13th in the latest FIFA World Rankings that were released this morning. They are down 2 spots from December. The USMNT had 2 wins and a loss during the winter World Cup qualifying window, with wins at home to El Salvador (70th, unchanged from December) and Honduras (78th, down 2 spots). They lost on the road to Canada, who moves up 7 spots to 33rd in the world.
The USMNT are now the 2nd highest-ranked team in Concacaf, with Mexico moving up 2 spots to 12th in this month’s rankings. Other Octagonal teams include Costa Rica (42nd, up 7 spots), Jamaica (62nd, down 5 spots), and Panama (63rd, unchanged).
The top 10 teams in the world: Belgium, Brazil, France, Argentina, England, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, and the Netherlands. The Gambia made the highest leap in the rankings, moving up 25 spots to 125th. The biggest drop belonged to Algeria, who dropped 14 spots to 43rd.
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