The previous ranking was based on the ELO ratings. Therefore, a team gains or loses points in a game, and these points are added to a running total.
The new ranking has 2 parts.
The ELO part is still operational. Therefore, Lithuania would gain points for beating Turkmenistan, and Turkmenistan would lose points.
The new part is based completely on the margin of victory of the game - for example - a 1-0 win against a team with 1500 points may be worth 1600 points, a 2-0 win worth 1700 points (although, I have taken into consideration that the difference between winning 1-0 and winning 11-0 is greater than the difference between winning 11-0 and 21-0).
In this way, a team has a 'portfolio' of its last 10 games in the new section. The last game is multiplied by 10, the second-most-recent game is multiplied by 9, and so on back to the 10th last game, which is multiplied by 1. The total is then divided by (10+9+8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1)=55 to give the team's 'current form' ranking. Teams who have played less than 10 games can still have a ranking based on their first result against a ranked team.
Then, the current form ranking is added to the ELO ranking, and the result is divided by 2.
In this way, neither system has too much influence.
It may be more complicated - but ranking football teams is not a simple problem. Simple solutions will provide simple and basic rankings which do not reflect playing strength or current form. What I am doing is attempting to reflect both playing strength and current form in the same ranking. So, there will be more movement in the ranking but this is what happens in reality. Teams change rapidly, and some ranking systems do not allow this change to be shown quickly enough.