Indian football team retains 102nd position; Germany, Brazil and Portugal grab top three spots in latest FIFA rankings

The Indian football team remained static at the 102nd position in the latest FIFA rankings released on Thursday.

PTI February 16, 2018 13:37:08 IST
Indian football team retains 102nd position; Germany, Brazil and Portugal grab top three spots in latest FIFA rankings

New Delhi: The Indian football team remained static at the 102nd position in the latest FIFA rankings released on Thursday.

Indian football team retains 102nd position Germany Brazil and Portugal grab top three spots in latest FIFA rankings

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Sunil Chhetri and co didn't have any international fixture throughout the previous month and held on to their spot with 333 points in the ranking list that was topped by 2014 World Cup Champions Germany with 1602 ratings.

With few internationals taking place last month, the top 10 remained the same with Olympic champions Brazil and European champions Portugal at the second and third positions.

Iceland, meanwhile, jumped two places to be at the 18th position, while Russia, who will host the World Cup this year, are at the 61st place.

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