By Sky Sports
Last Updated: 20/09/18 10:09am
Belgium have climbed to the top of the world rankings alongside 2018 World Cup winner’s France – to share the top spot for the first time in the table’s 25-year history.
Two wins for Belgium – including their first in the Nations League over Iceland – has brought them level with France on 1,729 points.
The only other change in the top 10 sees Spain move above Denmark to ninth.
Outside of the top 10, two Nations League wins for Ukraine see them climb six places to 29th in the table, while Germany move up three to 12th.
England remain sixth on 1,612 points.