FIFA Ranking: Super Eagles fall seven spots in the August table
The Super Eagles of Nigeria fell seven places to the 34th spot in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
In May, the three-time African champions retained their position as the last rating was published.
However, this changed with the international friendships.
After accruing 1480 points, the Super Eagles fell from third to fifth on the continent to 34th globally.
Nigeria lost two of three international games and settled for a draw one time.
Liberia rose three places to 150, while Central Africa Republic and Cape Verde fell to the 123rd 77th positions, respectively.
The Teranga Lions of Senegal are Africa’s number 1 team, 21st in world rankings. Tunisia is second on the continent, and 28th on the worldwide ranking.
Algeria rose 12 places to 30th place in the world, and is now third in Africa. Morocco and Algeria are now 32nd through fourth in Africa.
Belgium remains number one, Brazil is second, France third, England fourth, and Euro 2020 winners Italy fifth.
Argentina is in sixth place, Spain is seventh, Portugal, Mexico, and USA are eighth, ninth, and tenth, respectively.
The FIFA/Coca-Cola Men’s World Rankings will be published on 16th September 2021.