Russia has climbed from 49th to 46th place in the FIFA rating with 1423 points, according to the renewed version of the rankings published on the FIFA official website.
Russia secured two wins in the September matches. In the opening match of the Nations League, Russians won over Turkey (2-1) and defeated the Czech Republic in a friendly match (5-1).
"Belgium have climbed to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, alongside 2018 FIFA World Cup™ winners France, which means that the top spot is currently being shared for the first time in the table’s 25-year history.The only other change in the top ten sees Denmark (10th, down 1) slip below Spain (9th, unchanged)," FIFA reported.
Iran - the 33rd position (1474 points), Turkey - the 38th (1456 points), Georgia - the 93rd (1254 points), Armenia - the 100th (1225 points), Azerbaijan - the 108th (1202 points), Kazakhstan - the 118th (1160 points), Turkmenistan - the 130th (1120 points).