Colombia’s national soccer team moved up three places in the latest international rankings, released by FIFA Wednesday.
Los Cafeteros rose to 32nd, leap-frogging Peru, South Korea and Algeria. The latest table places Colombia eight places above neighbors Ecuador and fourteen places above Venezuela.
At the top of the table, Spain maintained their commanding hold of first place, while Germany established themselves as their closest rivals, rising above the Netherlands to claim second position.
Argentina dropped to 11th place, leaving only two Latin American teams in the top ten. Uruguay are the highest-placed, remaining in fourth, while Brazil dropped one place to seventh.