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Belgium remains on top of FIFA rankings

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - NOVEMBER 13: Eden Hazard of Belgium in action during the international friendly match between Belgium and Italy at King Baudouin Stadium on November 13, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - NOVEMBER 13: Eden Hazard of Belgium in action during the international friendly match between Belgium and Italy at King Baudouin Stadium on November 13, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)

ZURICH --

Belgium has kept the No. 1 spot in the FIFA rankings among an unchanged top 18 for February.

With no international matches played by the 20 best teams so far this year, Belgium still leads second-place Argentina and third-place Spain.

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World Cup champion Germany is No. 4, followed by Chile and Brazil in a top 10 dominated by European and South American teams.

The three teams which made the biggest moves since the last rankings all come from Asia: Palestine at No. 110 (up 21 spots), Saudi Arabia at No. 55 (up 20 spots), and North Korea at No. 95 (up 18 spots).