Apr 10, 2014, 9:49 AM EST
The United States Men’s National Team moved up one spot to #13 in the most recent FIFA World Rankings.
The move sees the Stars & Stripes past the Netherlands, who dropped four places to #15 in the rankings.
Spain retains the top ranking in the world, followed by Germany, Portugal, Colombia and Uruguay.
Other big movers in the Top 20 include Argentina (down three places to #6), Brazil (up three notches to a tie with Argentina at #6), Greece (up three spots to #10), Belgium (down two to #12), and Croatia (down four to #20).
Mexico, who the USMNT drew with 2-2 on April 3rd, moved up one place to #19.
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