Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped three spots on the latest FIFA Rankings which was released on Thursday.
The three-time African Champions dropped to the 32nd position from the previous 29th spot after playing two international friendlies during the last international break. Nigeria suffered a 1-0 defeat to African Champions, Algeria, and played out a 1-1 draw with Tunisia
The result ensured that the Super Eagles dropped from third to the fourth position in Africa after defeat to the current third-placed Desert Foxes of Algeria.
Senegal is Africa’s most ranked football nation (21), followed by Tunisia (26) and Algeria (30).
Belgium, France, Brazil, England, Portugal, Spain, Uruguay, Argentina, Croatia, and Columbia occupied the top ten positions on the rankings.
Nigeria will next play Sierra Leone in the African Cup of Nations, AFCON Qualifiers next month.
Latest FIFA ranking – CAF top 10
- Burkina Faso