Latest FIFA Ranking, Nigeria drops one place to 35th
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped one place in the latest ranking released by FIFA on Thursday, October 24.
Nigeria fell from 34th to 35th place even in the ranking in the ranking that came out after their 2-2 and 1-1 draws against Ukraine and Brazil respectively.
The Super Eagles remain the third-placed team in Africa behind Senegal and Tunisia. African champions Algeria and Morocco make the top five.
Egypt, Ghana, Cameroon, Congo DR and Cote d’Ivoire complete the top 10.
The top four countries Belgium, France, Brazil and England are unmoved while Uruguay break into the top five.
Portugal, Croatia, Spain, Argentina and Colombia complete the top 10.
Nigeria, who are yet to lose any match since Riyad Mahrez last minute freekick in the semifinal of AFCON have played both Brazil and Ukraine in friendlys drawing both matches matches after leading both games.
Gernot Rohr would need to work on his defence and afford giving out goals after going ahead, scoring goals in recent time has not really been an issue for Nigeria, keeping out opposition has been an unpleasant situation