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French, Belgians aiming to continue climb

Thursday 21 August 2014

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1Germany17240
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4Colombia14920
5Belgium14010
6Uruguay13300
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  • French, Belgians aiming to continue climb

    Belgium and France have ascended impressively to return to the top ten on the global ladder. FIFA.com profiles the results behind the rise and their mission to go higher.

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