Latest FIFA world rankings show England fall two spots
Football Soccer - England v Iceland - EURO 2016 - Round of 16 - Stade de Nice, Nice, France - 27/6/16 Reuters/Yves Herman

England’s shocking defeat at the hands of Iceland in the Euro 2016 is not the only thing the English national team had to be disappointed about as FIFA’s latest rankings show them dropping two spots behind Wales and France.

According to the FIFA website, England drops to 13th following their dismal run at the European Championship. Wales is the biggest mover in terms of points due to their semi-final finish at the Euro 2016. The Welsh moved up by 291 points and is now ranked 11th.

France, the runner-up in the Euro 2016, received a small consolation in their defeat against Portugal as they climbed up 10 spots in FIFA’s world rankings to sit at seventh. Portugal climbed two spots to sixth.

Euro 2016’s most surprising team, Iceland, reached its highest ranking to sit at 22. The Icelanders reached the quarterfinals during the tournament before falling to France.

The biggest mover in terms of rankings is New Zealand, pushed by its OFC Nations Cup victory. The All Whites moved up 54 ranks and now sits at 93rd. Their OFC Nations cup win also allowed the Kiwis to qualify for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.

New Zealand’s neighbor, Australia, remains unchanged in its world rankings.

Foxsports reports that the Socceroos remained in the 59th spot, tied with the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Aussies also was also unchanged at fifth among Asia countries behind Iran (39), South Korea (48), Uzbekistan (56) and Japan (57) because there wasn’t any football played in Asia recently.

Argentina remains on the top of FIFA’s latest world rankings despite losing to Chile in the Copa America final. Following Argentina are Belgium, Columbia, Germany and Chile.

Spain, Brazil and Italy rounds out the top 10 in FIFA’s world rankings to sit at eight, ninth and 10th respectively.