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By DAN KARELL
The U.S. Men’s National team may have gone 1-1 in their last two matches at the end of May and start of June, but they moved up a place in the latest FIFA World Rankings.
The U.S. now sit in 28th place, sitting behind Sweden and ahead of Norway, got a boost from Nigeria’s three place drop to 31, while surely gaining a point or two for the 4-3 victory over No. 2 Germany.
In the top ten, the Netherlands jumped four spots to fifth place, while England, Portugal, and Columbia all dropped places. Spain, Germany, Argentina, and Croatia make up the top four, in that order. Mexico dropped one place to 17th.
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