Following the just ended 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Nigeria whose rank was 45th has been climbed to 33rd in FIFA’s most recent rankings.
As indicated by the rankings released on Friday by the world footballing body, the Super Eagles keep up its third position in the mainland. The Super Eagles moved from its June purposes of 1433 to 1481.
The Eagles won the bronze decoration at the 32nd version of the AFCON subsequent to pipping Tunisia 1-0 at the Al Salam Stadium in Cairo on July 17, 2019. African victors, Algeria, moved 28 spots up to wind up 40th on the planet. The desert foxes, as they are famously alluded to, are the greatest movers in the July version by positions and focuses; positioning the fourth best group in Africa.
AFCON silver decoration victors, Senegal, moved two spots up from 22nd to twentieth their best ever FIFA positioning. They likewise kept up their main spot in the mainland. AFCON debutants and shock quarter-finalist, Madagascar, moved 12 spots up from 108 to 96. Benin, another unexpected quarterfinalist, moved six spots up from 88th to 82nd.
Egypt is currently positioned sixth in Africa, moving nine spots from 58th to 49th on the planet. On the worldwide positioning, Belgium kept up its main spot on the planet with 1746 while Brazil uprooted France to take the subsequent spot. The main 10 nations on the planet are Belgium, Brazil, France, England, Uruguay, Portugal, Croatia, Colombia, Spain and Argentina. The following FIFA world rankings will be distributed on September 19, 2019.