Nigeria’s Super eagle way below in the new ranking by Fifa
Following a disappointing performance in September, the Nigerian Super Eagles have fallen in the most recent FIFA rankings.
The Super Eagles are officially ranked 32 in the world for October according to the most recent rankings announced by FIFA on Thursday, October 6.
After losing both of their games against Algeria during the most recent international break, the Super Eagles dropped 6.23 points.
Nigeria, who drew in Constantine against the Desert Warriors’ home squad and lost one in Oran.
Although the West Africans are currently rated 32nd in the world, they still hold the top spot in Africa.
Brazil, a five-time winner, continues to be the finest football-playing country in the world.
After outstanding performances in September against two of Africa’s powerhouses, Ghana and Tunisia, Brazil currently leads the log.
Belgium’s Red Devils are still in second place, followed by Argentina, Brazil’s adversary in South America.
The top five rated countries are completed by France, who is ranked fourth, and England, who is ranked fifth.