Viet Nam still head the Southeast Asian region in the latest April ranking, according to the International Federation of Association Football.
Although the team dropped three steps to 132nd in world rankings, they topped the region, followed by Thailand who dropped five positions to 140th in the world.
Next came the Philippines (143), Myanmar (155) and Malaysia (163).
In the wider Asian region, the top three belonged to Japan (world No 29), South Korea (42) and Australia (46).
Spain still led the world followed by Germany and Argentina.-VNS