The world football governing body FIFA yesterday, released the latest FIFA Coca Cola world football rankings which placed the Nigerian male national team Super Eagles in a 35th position sliding down from 34th instead of moving up.
This came as a result of their international friendly against Ukraine which ended in a 2-2 draw. According to the released on Thursday October 24, Nigeria’s Super Eagles coached by Gernot Rohr are now the 35th ranked national team in the world.
Meanwhile, the super eagles, are still third on the African continent behind 20th ranked Senegal and 29th ranked Tunisia, despite an impressive 1-1 draw against Brazil earlier this month.
Nigeria rated the 34th best team in the world following their international friendly against Ukraine which ended 2-2. Instead of climbing up, the Super Eagles slumped down to 35th in the world but
The top four in the world is made up of Belgium followed by France, Brazil and England.
Algeria (38th), Morocco (42nd), Egypt (49th), Ghana (51st), Cameroon (52nd), Congo DR (54th) and Côte d’Ivoire (56th) complete the top ten teams in Africa in that order.