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09/18/2014 09:22 EDT | Updated 06/16/2017 00:58 EDT

Germany still ahead of Argentina in FIFA rankings; Colombia, Brazil, France all rise in top 10

ZURICH - World Cup winner Germany is still No. 1 in the FIFA rankings despite losing to second-place Argentina in a friendly rematch of their final this month.

Colombia climbs one place to No. 3 even though it lost to Brazil in a friendly, and trades places with the Netherlands which lost both its matches this month.

Belgium stays at No. 5 and Brazil climbs one spot to No. 6. Uruguay is No. 7, followed by Spain.

France and Switzerland, which lost to England in a European Championship qualifier, trade places to complete the top 10.

Costa Rica is ahead of Mexico and the United States, with the three CONCACAF nations grouped from Nos. 15-17.

Canada, which beat Jamaica earlier this month, moved up two spots to No. 120 but still fell to 15th spot overall in CONCACAF as others leapfrogged it. The Canadian men were ranked ninth in North and Central America and the Caribbean last month at No. 122.

England climbs two spots to No. 18.

Algeria leads African nations at No. 20, up four. Iran also rises four as the top Asian nation at No. 44.

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