Libyan national football maintained its 105th position in the world ranking of international teams in March according to the monthly classification issued Monday by the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
Collecting 1,207 points, Libya kept its world ranking for the second month in a row.
The decline of the Libyan national team’s classification started from October 2017, when it ranked 77th. Libya lost to South Africa 1-2 last month to miss the 2019 African Cup of Nations.
For the first five rankings, Belgium came at the top of international teams with 1,737 points, followed by France with 1,734 points. Brazil, third and unchanged, are looking over their shoulders somewhat as England, fourth and one rank up, leapfrogged World Cup finalists Croatia, fifth and one position down.
As for the top Arab teams, Tunisia ranked 28th, followed by Morocco at the 45th, Qatar at the 55th, Egypt at the 57th, UAE at the 67th, and Algeria at the 70th.