Al-Akhdar dropped 4 places in the June classification issued by the International Football Association (FIFA) Thursday, as it ranked 53rd after being 49th after losing the friendly matches against Colombia and Venezuela in the preparations for the 2022 World Cup.

World champions France fell to fourth place after disappointing results in the European Nations League this month. Argentina grabbed third place, and Brazil maintained its lead against Belgium.

Spain rose to the sixth at the expense of Italy, and the Netherlands from the tenth to the eighth at the expense of Portugal and Italy, and Denmark to the tenth and Germany to the eleventh at the expense of Mexico, which fell three places and became the 12th.

And Morocco maintained the Arab lead, and became the 20th in front of Tunisia, the 30th, and Egypt fell eight places, and became the 40th, in front of Algeria, which rose three places.

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