FIFA Rankings: Uganda, Benin Republic surpass Nigeria

Africa Football minnows Uganda and Benin Republic are presently positioned above Nigeria as the Super Falcons dropped nine spot to rank 70th on the planet in the most recent FIFA Rankings discharged on Thursday by the world football representing body.

Nigeria has been seeing a consistent decay on the month to month FIFA Rankings however Thursday's was new unequaled low for the three-time African champions who are presently just a sad remnant of their previous selves.

As reflected in the July rankings, Nigeria is currently seventeenth in Africa with 514 focuses.

Then again, Nigeria's Reality Glass qualifying rivals Algeria remain the top group in Africa and 32nd on the planet, while Cameroon are seventh in Africa and 53rd on the planet.

The Birds are however appraised above World Container adversaries Zambia, who are 23rd in Africa and 88th on the planet.

Argentina stay at the summit of the July Rankings as FIFA expressed that an aggregate of 228 "An" internationals added to the new request yet the Super Birds were not included in any global matches a month ago.

The quartet of Belgium, Colombia, Germany and Chile in a specific order joins Argentina to finish the list of main five groups on the planet.

The following FIFA/Coca-Cola World Positioning will be distributed on 11 August 2016.

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