The current FIFA global rankings place Nigeria’s Super Eagles in a lower position than they were in the previous rankings.
The most recent FIFA rankings, which were released on Thursday, place the Super Eagles as the 31st best team in the world.
It’s important to remember that Nigeria was ranked the 30th best squad in the world back in March.
On the other hand, the team captained by Jose Peseiro is currently ranked fourth-best in Africa, while the Teranga Lions of Senegal are currently ranked number one in Africa and the 18th best team in the world.
Morocco is currently the second-best team in Africa, and Tunisia is currently the third-best team in Africa. Senegal currently holds the top spot in Africa.
Cameroon, Egypt, Algeria, and Mali follow Nigeria in the rankings, taking fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth positions, respectively, behind Nigeria.
Despite this, Brazil is now the best team in the world, followed by Belgium, Argentina, France, England, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, and Denmark to round out the top ten.
Other countries such as Germany, Mexico, Uruguay, the United States of America, Croatia, Switzerland, Colombia, Senegal, Wales, and Sweden all made it onto the list between positions 11 and 20.