By AVI CREDITOR
The latest FIFA World Rankings are out, and the United States men's national team's position is unchanged.
Bob Bradley's side remained at No. 18 in the world, two spots better than Ghana, nine better than France and 10 better than Mexico.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup finalists also didn't shift at all, with Spain remaining at No. 1 and the Netherlands staying at No. 2. Germany leapfrogged Brazil for the No. 3 spot, with the Selecao dropping to No. 4.
Argentina, England, Uruguay, Portugal, Egypt and Chile round out the Top 10, respectively.
The biggest mover among the top 50 teams is Montenegro, which jumped 33 spots to No. 40 after its victories in European Championship qualifying.
Norway and Slovakia also made a sizable improvements in the rankings. Norway moved from 22 to 14, and Slovakia shifted from 27 to 16 after their impressive results in Euro qualifying.
As for the CONCACAF Top 10 (overall ranking in parentheses):
- USA (18)
- Mexico (28)
- Honduras (52)
- Costa Rica (53)
- Panama (70)
- Jamaica (76)
- Canada (88)
- Trinidad and Tobago (97)
- El Salvador (110)
- Cuba (113)
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