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Nigeria climb to 34 in FIFA rankings


Nigeria climb to 34 in FIFA rankings

Nigeria have climbed 10 spots to 34th in the latest world rankings, released by FIFA on Thursday.

The Super Eagles, who reached the last-16 of the World
Cup where they lost 2-0 to France, are ranked third in Africa, behind
Algeria and Côte d’Ivoire.

A triumphant Germany are aptly number one globally, ahead of Argentina, who they edged 1-0 in last week’s World Cup Final.

Tournament hosts Brazil slipped four spots to seventh following their fourth-placed showing at the sporting spectacle.

Netherlands, who beat the Samba Boys 3-0 in the third place playoff, jumped 12 places to third.

Spain were at the summit prior to their first-round elimination and are now eighth.

World top 10:

1 Germany, Argentina, Netherlands, Colombia, Belgium, Uruguay, Brazil, Spain, Switzerland, France.

Africa top 10: 

1 Algeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Tunisia, Guinea, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mali.

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3 Comments on "Nigeria climb to 34 in FIFA rankings"

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onyekwere prince

Shame on them..soon they will drop to 50th

Victor Ndah

let they keep trying their best


Nt bad any way


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