Thursday, September 14, 2017
Nigeria Super Eagles drop to 44th in FIFA rankings
But the Eagles moved up two spots on the continent, going from sixth to fourth.
Egypt, who remain first in Africa, dropped from 25th position to 30th in the world. The North African country remains the highest ranked African team.
Cameroon, whom Super Eagles defeated 4-0 in the World Cup qualifier in Uyo, dropped 10 spots from 35th to 45th.
Germany displaced Brazil as the number one in the world.
The top 10 ranked teams in the world rankings are as follows: Germany (1), Brazil (2nd), Portugal (3rd) Argentina (4th) Belgium (5th) Poland (6th) Switzerland (7th) France (8th) Chile (9th) and Colombia (10th).