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Nepal slips one position in FIFA ranking


KATHMANDU: With the dismal performance of Nepali team in the international tournaments, Nepal has dropped one position down to 170th position in the FIFA World Ranking for the month of August.

According to the latest FIFA World Ranking published on Thursday, Nepal is ranked at 170th with 95 points from previous month’s 169th position with 106 points.

Meanwhile, India has topped the South Asian national standing at 145th position with 177 points followed by Maldives 153rd with 150 points, Bangladesh 158th with 138 points, Pakistan 167th with 114 points, Sri Lanka 170th with 95 points and Bhutan 207th spot.

Spain, Germany and Colombia are the top three nations in the FIFA Ranking respectively. Despite much hue and cry at the national level the performance of Nepali soccer team remained poor at the International Level. All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), the apex body of Nepali football has been doing its best effort to enhance the quality of Nepali football but it always remains herculean task. Critics has been claiming that ANFA and its officials are more concerned in publicity rather than really improving the status of Nepali football sector.

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