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Croatia Jumps 5 Places on FIFA Rankings

CroatiaCroatia’s excellent start to their EURO 2016 qualifying campaign has seen them jump 5 places in the latest FIFA Rankings…

Croatia now sit in 14th place on the list with 1,002 points, up from 19th spot last month. Niko Kovač’s side now jump past Costa Rica, Greece, England, Mexico and the USA. Germany are still number one with 1,669 points, followed by Croatia’s next opponents Argentina (1,565) and Columbia (1,420).

FIFA Rankings:
1. Germany 1669
2. Argentina 1565
3. Columbia 1420
4. Belgium 1388
5. Holland 1375
6. Brazil 1307
7. France 1191
8. Uruguay 1184
9. Portugal 1175
10. Spain 1119

14. Croatia 1002

(pic: Drago Sopta / HNS)

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