The International Football Federation (FIFA) has released its national selection rankings for the month of August 2021. Morocco is now classified 32nd in the world, a significant improvement that allows Morocco to jump nine places.
According to this new ranking published this Thursday on the website of the world football body, the national team, Senegal is still first African (21st), followed by Tunisia (28th), then Algeria (30th).
At the top of the world ranking, no noticeable change. Indeed, despite a new competition that ended in failure (elimination in the quarterfinals), Belgium remains world number 1.
However, the Red Devils are however followed by Brazil which is ahead of France.
🆕The new #FIFARanking just published !
🇧🇪 @BelRedDevils always in mind🔝
🇫🇷 @French team loses a place↘️
🇮🇹🇦🇷🇺🇸: strong progress for the continental champions 🏆💪
– FIFA.com (FR) ⚽ (@fifacom_fr) August 12, 2021