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The UEFA coefficients table: Ukraine beat Belgium in the fight for the eighth line

Таблица коэффициентов УЕФА: Украина обошла Бельгию в борьбе за восьмую строкуThe recent success of Shakhtar and Zorya allowed Ukraine to get back in the top 8 of the table of UEFA coefficients.

Past European week has become Ukraine’s most productive season in the “miner” in the Champions League on the road beat Feyenoord (2:1), “dawn” at the end of the UEFA Europa League match snatched victory over the “Gerta” (2:1) and Dinamo ended in a draw (2:2) heavy match against “young boys”.

The above results have added to the General Treasury by 5 points or exactly one point. This allowed Ukraine is already on the equator group stages of the European competitions to return to the usual eighth place. In the ranking of the 2017-2018 season Ukraine has moved to the 10th position (4,400 points).

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The most successful Ukrainian club in Euro cups this season is Shakhtar (8 points). Following the “miners” go Dynamo (7,5), “dawn” (4) and already eliminated from the Europa League Alexandria (2) and Marseille (0,5).

Top 10 of the table of UEFA coefficients:

1. Spain – 93,988
2. England – 67,891
3. Italy – 66,249
4. Germany – 64,998
5. France – 50,248
6. Russia – 47,382
7. Portugal – 42,248
8. Ukraine – 37,533
9. Belgium – 37,300
10. Turkey – 32,400

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In the UEFA club ranking Shakhtar still shares with Zenit 16-17 place (70,000 points). Dynamo retained the 23-th row (55,000 points), and “dawn” made the jump to 121-e a place (9,000 points).

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