Brazil are leading the world once again, as they top the FIFA rankings for the first time in seven years.
Since Tite took over the Selecao from Dunga, they’ve won eight consecutive matches and have qualified for the 2018 world cup in Russia.
Brazil lost their position at the top of the rankings to Spain after the 2010 world cup .
Brazil replace Argentina at the top of the rankings after securing wins over Uruguay and Paraguay, which ensured their qualification for the world cup.
Barcelona star Neymar has scored six goals in 10 qualifying matches, while Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus has also been a key contributor with five from six games.