Nigeria maintain 52nd position on the latest Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking

Posted March 16, 2018

The Super Eagles of Nigeria are unmoved at the 52nd in the new FIFA Ranking released on Thursday, March 15.

Nigeria had 609 points, two points below Cameroon that is the 51st in the world.

World champion Germany remains on the top, followed by Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, France and Chile.

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Tunisia remain top of the African list‚ followed by Senegal‚ DR Congo‚ Morocco and Egypt.

Nigeria, now seventh in Africa and 52nd in the world, are the fifth and final African team to have qualified for the June/July spectacle.

Serbia who will also play the Eagles in another friendly billed for March 27, maintained 34th position.

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The team, which did not play any worldwide match in this ranking period, jumped three places to enter the top-100 for the first time this year.

The next edition of the rankings will be released on April 12.

The biggest climbers overall are minnows Andorra, who reached the 130th spot in the ranking, moving up by seven and who are now five spots away from equalling their best-ever position.

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