Brazil stay in 18th place in FIFA rankings after England defeat
The Seleção remain in 18th place in FIFA's latest rankings for the third consecutive month after their 2-1 defeat to England.
Their conquerors, however, shoot up two places to fourth place after the victory at Wembley.
The top three remain unchanged as Spain lead the rankings whith Germany in second. Argentina bring up the rear in third.
Columbia slip down to sixth place while Ecuador retain their 12th placing. Uruguay remain in 16th while Chile are the second biggest movers in South America, moving up to 23rd.
Peru move up four places to 39th and Bolivia drop to 44th place. Venezuela are the biggest movers, jumping ten places to 45th.
Brazil are currently suffering on two accounts. Firstly, the FIFA ranking system does not award high value to friendly results, while Brazil are currently without competitive fixtures until next summer's Confederations Cup.
Secondly, the rankings take into account the level of opposition and many of the Seleção's recent opponents have not been amongst the world's leading nations.