After Tunisia-Vietnam win, Klinsmann’s men move up 2 spots to 24th in FIFA rankings

The South Korean men’s national team’s ranking in the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has risen two spots from September to 24th.According to the FIFA rankings released on Sept. 26, Korea is ranked 24th (1,540.35 ranking points), up two spots from 26th in September. It was the second consecutive two-place jump from 28th in July.South Korea, led by Jürgen Klinsmann, defeated Tunisia 4-0 on Sept. 13 and Vietnam 6-0 on Sept. 17.This is the third consecutive win for Klinsmann’s team, which has won three games, drawn three and lost two since its inauguration in March ahead of the A-match period.Argentina, France, Brazil, England and Belgium remained unchanged in the top five.Japan, which defeated Canada 4-1 and Tunisia 2-0 during the October A-Match, moved up one spot from No. 19 to No. 18 ($1,612.99).Japan is followed by Iran (21st), South Korea, Australia (27th), and Saudi Arabia (57th), all members of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).The United Arab Emirates (UAE), coached by former South Korean national team coach Paulo Bento, is ranked 69th, while Malaysia and Indonesia, coached by Kim Pang Gon and Shin Tae-yong, 슬롯게이밍 are ranked 137th and 145th, respectively.

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