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Armenia's FIFA standing declines after World Cup qualifying losses

Armenia's FIFA standing declines after World Cup qualifying losses

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia's standing on the FIFA world rankings has declined by 11 points, dropping to 83rd from 72nd a month ago.

Germany has switched places with Brazil to top the list, with Portugal rounding out the top three.

Also included in the best 10 men's teams are Argentina, Belgium, Poland, Switzerland, France, Chile and Colombia.

Armenia's rivals in the qualifying round of the World Cup Montenegro, Romania and Kazakhstan took the 37th, 41st and 126th positions, respectively.

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