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AP Global Soccer Rankings for week ending Nov. 11

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(Previous week's rankings in brackets)

Players

1. Lionel Messi,(7) 139 points.

2. Javier Hernandez, 98.

3. Fabio Quagiarella, 67.

4. Fraser Forster, 61.

5. Edinson Cavani, 59.

6. Franck Ribery, (8) 54.

7. Cristiano Ronaldo, (10)39.

8. Marouanne Fellani, (6) 35.

9. Marco Reus, 34.

9. Willian, 34.

Teams:

1. Bayern Munich, (3) 128 points.

2. Juventus, (10) 121.

3. Manchester United, (4) 119.

4. Glasgow Celtic, 99.

5. Barcelona, (2) 79.

6. Fluminense, 70.

7. Borussia Dortmund, 58.

8. Real Madrid, (6) 42.

9. Manchester City, 31.

10. Chelsea, 27

Based on 19 voters, using 10 points for top to 1 point for bottom place.

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AP Global Soccer 10 Panelists

Cedric Rouquette, Europsport, France

James Porteous, South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

Gregor Derichs, dapd, Germany

Francois Colin, De Standaard, Belgium

Willem Vissers, Volkskraant, Netherlands

Christian Schatze, Der FussballBlogger.de, Germany

Jose Antonio Cortes, Record, Mexico

Will Tidey, Bleacher Report, United States

Federico Giammaria, LaVoz, Argentina

Jerome Touboul, L'Equipe, France

Mike McGrath, Wardles News Agency/The Sun, England

Filip Bondy, Daily News (New York), United States

Julian Bennetts, Hayters News Agency, England

Aurelio Capaldi, Rai, Italy

Paulo Vinicius Coelho, Estado de S.Paulo. Brazil

Tom Timmermann, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, United States

Paolo Condo, Gazzetta dello Sport, Italy

Shintaro Kano, Kyodo News Agency, Japan.

John Duerden, www.kickoffasia.com, South Korea.

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