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Vietnamese football is 18 places higher than Thailand in FIFA ranking, standing in the top 15 in Asia

Vietnamese football is 18 places higher than Thailand in FIFA ranking, standing in the top 15 in Asia

Park Hang-seo's team did not play in the past month and was reduced by one rank compared to the June FIFA rankings because they were influenced by matches in the world.

The World Football Federation (FIFA) has just announced the rankings of the teams on the rankings for July. Coach Park Hang Seo's team fell one place from the previous month, from position 96 to 97. Vietnam football there were 1,232 points to continue to hold the No. 1 position in Southeast Asia, and ranked 15th in Asia.

In contrast to Vietnam, Thailand has 1,165 points to increase one rank from 116 to 115. "Elephant battle" is less than Vietnam 18 position and ranked 20th in Asia. Both Thai and Vietnamese teams have not played in the past month, but are affected by international grass fields such as the 2019 Gold Cup.

The last time the Vietnam and Thailand teams played was in the 2019 friendly King’s Cup tournament. Thanks to the Thai victory 1-0 at Chang Arena, the coach and coach Park added 4.5 points. FIFA rankings in June identified Vietnam recruitment at position 96 - the highest achievement during the past 20 years. In the past, Vietnam was ranked 84th after the Tiger Cup 1998 campaign.

Vietnamese football is 18 places higher than Thailand in FIFA ranking, standing in the top 15 in Asia

Iran and Japan continue to lead Asia. Even so, both teams lost their rankings on the world rankings because of their poor performance. Iran has 1,518 points, from the 20th in the world to 23. Meanwhile, defeat in the 2019 Copa America made the Japanese team down 5 places, from the 28th in the world to 33.

Belgium is still the world No. 1 team with a total score of 1,746. Brazil's squad after the 2019 Copa America is increased by 46 points, rising to second place. The other three teams in the top 5 are France, England and Uruguay.