The squad lost 30.04 points after two consecutive losses to Indonesia in March.

Midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai (number 19) joins his teammates to express thanks to fans in My Dinh Stadium on March 26

Vietnam are still at the 19th position in Asia and second in Southeast Asia after Thailand who stay at the 101st in the world. Meanwhile, with 30.04 more points gained from the wins over Vietnam, Indonesia moved up eight spots to the 134th in the world rankings.

Asia’s Top 5 remain unchanged with Japan (18th), Iran (20th), the Republic of Korea (23th), Australia (24th), and Qatar (34th).

The world rankings are still topped by Argentina, followed by France, Belgium, and England.

Source: VNA