Myanmar women’s team garner top FIFA rank amidst Asia

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Myanmar women’s national football squad pose for a group photo before an international football match. Photo: MFF

The Myanmar women’s national football team is currently among the top ten Asian teams, with 46th world ranking and tenth place at Asia level, according to the latest announcement of the FIFA ranking.
Myanmar has taken 45th position in the world ranking last year, and now has decreased one ranking to 46th, with 1,511 total points. Also, two ASEAN football teams, Viet Nam and Thailand, are included on the top ten list.
Team Viet Nam is currently in sixth place among the best Asian teams, with a 32nd world ranking and 1,667 total points, while Team Thailand is following Viet Nam in seventh place, collecting 1,596 total points and 39th in the world ranking.
Australia remained the best team in Asia, with a 9th world ranking, while Japan is the second-best Asian team, with a world ranking of 10th.
North Korea’s team is the third-best among Asian teams, with an 11th world ranking, and China’s team is the fourth-best in Asia, ranking 15th in the world.
Meanwhile, South Korea is in fifth place, ranked 18th in the world, and China Taipei is in eighth place in Asia, ranked 40th in the world. —GNLM

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