Super Eagles Climb In Fifa Rankings, Now 29th In The World And 3rd In Africa
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have moved up from the 31st to 29th position in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings.
It is the highest rank they have obtained since May 2013.
In the latest rankings released by the football governing body on Thursday, Nigeria got 1493 points and are now third in Africa, with Senegal (20th) and Tunisia (26th) in first and second respectively.
Algeria (35), Morocco (43), Ghana (46), Egypt (51), Cameroon (53), Mali (57) and DR Congo (57) make up the top 10 rankings of African teams.
Belgium is still number one in the world FIFA ranking, followed by France, Brazil, and England respectively.
Portugal, Uruguay, Spain, Croatia, Argentina, and Colombia make up to the top 10.
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