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FIFA Rankings: Croatia To Move Into 4th Place In The World

Croatia is set to jump 5 places and be ranked the 4th best team in the world when the latest FIFA rankings are released on 11 April. Victory over Serbia and Wales in the last week has given Igor Stimac’s side 1191 points, putting them just behind Argentina in 4th place, writes 24sata.

The new ranking will be Croatia’s best since the golden generation of 1998 under coach Miroslav Ciro Blazevic, who were ranked 3rd in the world at the time after winning bronze at the FIFA World Cup in France.

FIFA Rankings as of 11 April:

1. Spain 1538
2. Germany 1428
3. Argentina 1292
4. CROATIA 1191
5. Portugal 1163
6. Columbia 1154
7. England 1135
8. Italy 1117
9. The Netherlands 1093
10. Ecuador 1056

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