Oceania football champions New Zealand are the biggest movers in the latest FIFA rankings, surging an incredible 54 places off the back of their triumph in the OFC Nations Cup.
The All Whites are Oceania's top-ranked team at 93rd in the world following their victory in Papua New Guinea last month, which qualified them for next year's Confederations Cup in Russia.
New Caledonia are the next best placed team in Oceania at 161, having risen 22 places off the back of their semi-final finish in Port Moresby.
Hosts PNG are at 164 - a jump of 29 places - after taking New Zealand to penalties in the Nations Cup final at Sir John Guise Stadium, and beating the visiting Malaysian national side a week later.
2012 Nations Cup winners Tahiti have moved up four places to 175 despite failing to make the knockout rounds.
Solomon Islands dropped four places to 181 despite reaching the semi-finals in PNG.
In Asia, Guam have slipped 12 places to 172.
Argentina remain the world's top-ranked side, despite losing the final of Copa America against Chile for the second year running.