Inter Up To 54th Place In UEFA Rankings

Inter Up To 54th Place In UEFA Rankings
October 5, 2018 09:30
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The latest edition of the UEFA club rankings have been published and it has seen Inter move up six places in to 54th position.

Inter are the fifth highest ranked Italian team behind Juventus, Roma, Napoli and Lazio and find themselves wedged between 53rd placed Legia Warsaw and 55th placed Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk.

Real Madrid meanwhile remained top dogs in European football while Barcelona and Atletico Madrid moved up and in to second and third place respectively.

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