The results in the last two games of the Nations League, in which they beat the Czech Republic (4-0) and lost at home to Spain (1-1) did not result in any change in the ranking of the team led by coach Fernando Santos.

Brazil remained at the top of the rankings, followed by Belgium and rival Argentina, with Italy overtaking Spain in sixth place, the only change in the top-10.

Of Portugal's opponents in Group H of the 2022 World Cup, South Korea, coached by Portuguese coach Paulo Bento, remains in 28th place, while Uruguay dropped to 14th and Ghana to 61st.

Among the other teams led by Portuguese coaches, Iran, led by Carlos Queiroz, climbed to 20th, Nigeria, led by José Peseiro, dropped to 32nd, and Egypt, led by Rui Vitória, climbed to 39th.

Bahrain, coached by Hélio Sousa, rose to 85th, and Togo, coached by Paulo Duarte, dropped to 127th.

Regarding Portuguese-speaking African countries, Cape Verde remains the only team in the top 100, in 71st place, followed by Mozambique (114th), Guinea-Bissau (116th), Angola (119th) and São Tomé and Príncipe (186.º). Macau remains in 182nd and Timor-Leste rose to 198th.

FIFA ranking:

1. (1) Brazil, 1,841.30 points.

2. (2) Belgium, 1,816.71.

3. (3) Argentina, 1,773.88.

4. (4) France, 1,759.78.

5. (5) England, 1,728.47.

6. (7) Italy, 1726.14.

7. (6) Spain, 1,715.22.

8. (8) Netherlands, 1694.41.

9. (9) PORTUGAL, 1,676.56.

10. (10) Denmark, 1666.57.