The Super Eagles of Nigeria have again retained their 44th place on the first ranking for 2019 released by FIFA on Thursday.
And according to the latest ranking which was shared on the website of the world’s football governing body, Nigeria are still the fourth best team on the African continent.
The ranking of the African teams has remained stationary, with Senegal still leading the pack, followed by Tunisia and Morocco.
The Congo Democratic Republic is the fifth best team in Africa, as per the FIFA ranking.
On a global scale, Belgium retained its number one spot ahead of World Cup winners, France.
Brazil are at the third position with 1676 points.
Croatia came fourth, while England rounded off the world’s list of the top five teams.
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