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Qatar soar in FIFA ranking; first in Gulf and fifth in Asia

Newly crowned Asian champions Qatar have hopped 38 spots to 55 in FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, their best position since 1993, after their dazzling triumph at Asian Cup. 

Qatar is presently the top-ranked nation in the Gulf district and fifth in Asia. 

Individual finalists Japan bounced 23 spots to rank 27th, while the Korea Republic is 38th, up 15 and Jordan 97th, up 12. There were likewise noteworthy upwards moves by any semblance of Iraq (80th, up 8), Iran (22nd, up 7) and Uzbekistan (89th, up 6). 

 

Another result of these progressions is that Asia has helped its numbers in the Ranking's main 50. The AFC is currently spoken to by four groups, up one on the last version, and now stands level with Africa, whose numbers have been drained by Congo DR (51st, down 2) dropping out. 

The AFC Asian Cup has been in charge of practically all the prominent changes in the main Ranking of 2019. As there were very few diversions in different confederations, the main 20 stays unaltered with Belgium holding the post position. 

The following FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be distributed on 4 April 2019.

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