Super Eagles drop in latest FIFA ranking
In the most recent men's ranking announced by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) on Thursday, Nigeria's Super Eagles fell two spots.
On the official FIFA website, the most recent ranking was made available.
At the moment, the West Africans are ranked 32nd in the world.
In their lone game in September, the Super Eagles were defeated 2-1 by the Algerian Desert Foxes.
However, Jose Peseiro’s side, however, maintained the number four position in Africa.
The Terangha Lions of Senegal, Atlas Lions of Morocco, and Carthage Eagles of Tunisia are the three teams ahead of Nigeria in the rankings.
Two-time African champions Algeria completed the top five teams on the continent.
The Super Eagles’ next game is a friendly against Portugal in Lisbon on November 17.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on December 22, 2022.
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