Fifa ranking: Bangladesh 156, Malaysia 158

Chelsea's Bertrand Traore (left) vies for the ball with with Malaysia's Asraruddin Putra Omar (second left) and S. Kunanlan (second right) in front of Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku (right) during their friendly football match in Shah Alam, on July 21, 2013. — AFP picDespite the 0-1 loss to Qatar in the 2015 Asia Cup Qualifier, Malaysia’s ranking on the FIFA list rose two spots in the latest list released by the world governing body for football.

Malaysia’s current ranking moved upwards from 160 last month to 158, the same position registered in January this year.

In January, Malaysia was ranked 158, but dropped to 159 in February, 164 (March), 163 (April), 161 (May) 159 (June), July & Aug (162), 161 September.

The latest position was however, lower than minnows in world football like Guyana (150), Liechtenstein (152), Bangladesh (156) and Belize (157).

In South East Asia, Malaysia moved up one spot to fifth behind the Philippines (133), Myanmar (140), Thailand (142) and Singapore (154) while in Asia, Malaysia remained in 31st spot from 46 countries.

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Pic above: Chelsea's Bertrand Traore (left) vies for the ball with with Malaysia's Asraruddin Putra Omar (second left) and S. Kunanlan (second right) in front of Chelsea's Romelu Lukaku (right) during their friendly football match in Shah Alam, on July 21, 2013. — AFP pic

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  1. Ranking tak penting kerana saya kenal pemain - pemain saya....

    KERMIT THE SPIDER

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  2. Surprised that the Philippines have a such a good ranking...

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