Fifa rankings: England plummet as Germany take top spot
The post-World Cup Fifa world rankings are out - and it's not looking good for England.
While world champions Germany have rightfully taken top spot on the world governing body's rankings, the Three Lions' failure to make it out of Group D saw them plunge to 20th - their lowest since 1996.
They are now behind their group stage rivals Costa Rica, who leapt 12 spots into 16th.
While the World Cup's top three - Germany, Argentina and Holland - occupy the top three places, Brazil have fallen four places to seventh.
San Marino and Bhutan are joint-last on the rankings while El Salvador suffered the biggest drop as they plummeted 52 places into 121st.
As for Singapore, the Lions improved by one rank and sit in 154th behind Malaysia (No. 151), Indonesia (No. 153), Vietnam (No. 129) and the Philippines (No. 128).
Here's the top 10 in a screenshot from Fifa's website:
Sources: Fifa official website, BBC