Top 50 FIFA World Rankings 2010 (Points)

FIFA Top 50 Rankings for countries during 2010, including points index figures. Next rankings out on 11th August 2010.

Top 50 FIFA World Rankings 2010 (Points)

Full NameCountryGls
David VillaSpain5
Diego ForlanUruguay5
Thomas MullerGermany5
Wesley Sneijder*Netherlands5
Gonzalo HiguainArgentina4
Miroslav KloseGermany4
Robert VittekSlovenia4
Asamoah GyanGhana3
Landon DonovanUnited States of America3
Luis FabianoBrazil3
Luis SuarezUruguay3
Andres IniestaSpain2
Arjen RobbenNetherlands2
Brett HolmanAustralia2
Carlos TevezArgentina2
ElanoBrazil2
Javier HernandesMexico2
Kalu UcheNigeria2
Keisuke HondaJapan2
Lee Chung-YongSouth Korea2
Lukas PodolskiGermany2
RobinhoBrazil2
Samuel Eto'oCameroon2
TiagoPortugal2
Alvaro PereiraUruguay1
Antolin AlcarezParaguay1
Antonio Di NataleItaly1
Arne FriedrichGermany1
Ayegbeni YakubuNigeria1
Bongani KhumaloSouth Africa1
CacauGermany1
Carles PuyolSpain1
Clint DempseyUnited States of America1
Cristian RiverosParaguay1
Cristiano RonaldoPortugal1
Cuauhtemoc BlancoMexico1
Daniel Agger (Own Goal)Denmark (for Netherlands)1
Daniele De RossiItaly1
Dennis RommedahlDenmark1
Didier DrogbaIvory Coast1
Dimitrios SalpingidisGreece1
Dirk KuytNetherlands1
Edinson CavaniUruguay1
Enrique VeraParaguay1
Fabio QuagliarellaItaly1
Florent MaloudaFrance1
Gabriel HeinzeArgentina1
Gelson FernandesSwitzerland1
Giovanni Van BronckhorstNetherlands1
Hugo AlmeidaPortugal1
Jean BeausejourChile1
Jermain DefoeEngland1
Ji-Sung ParkSouth Korea1
Jon Dahl TomassonDenmark1
JuanBrazil1
Jung-Soo LeeSouth Korea1
Kamil KopunekSlovakia1
Katlego MphelaSouth Africa1
Kevin-Prince BoatengGhana1
Klaas Jan HuntelaarNetherlands1
Lee Jung-SooSouth Korea1
LiedsonPortugal1
MaiconBrazil1
Marcell JansenGermany1
Mark GonzalezChile1
Marko PantelicSerbia1
Martin DemichelisArgentina1
Martin PalermoArgentina1
Matthew UpsonEngland1
Maximiliano PereiraUruguay1
Mesut OzilGermany1
Michael BradleyUnited States of America1
Milan JovanovicSerbia1
Niklas BendtnerDenmark1
Park Chu-Young (Own Goal)South Korea (for Argentina)1
Park Chu-YoungSouth Korea1
Rafael MárquezMexico1
Raul MeirelesPortugal1
Robert KorenSlovakia1
Robin Van PersieNetherlands1
Rodrigo MillarChile1
RomaricIvory Coast1
Salomon KalouIvory Coast1
Sami KhediraGermany1
Shane SmeltzNew Zealand1
Shinji OkazakiJapan1
SimaoPortugal1
Siphiwe TshabalalaSouth Africa1
Steven GerrardEngland1
Sulley MuntariGhana1
Tim CahillAustralia1
Valter BirsaSlovenia1
Vasileios TorosidisGreece1
Vincenzo IaquintaItaly1
Winston ReidNew Zealand1
Yasuhito EndoJapan1
Yaya ToureIvory Coast1
Yu-Nam JiNorth Korea1
Zlatan LjubijanicSlovenia1
145 goals in 64 matches (2.27 goals per game)
*Brazil's Felipe Melo's Own Goal was later credited to the Netherland's Wesley Sneijder
Correct to 11th July 2010

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