FIFA releases Nigeria’s latest ranking in world football to end 2018 [Full list]

Nigeria’s Super Eagles finished the year 2018 keeping up their 44th position in the most recent FIFA/Coca Cola World Rankings, NAN reports.

The most recent positioning was discharged on Thursday on the site of the world football administering body.

Nigeria additionally held their fourth position in Africa.

The multiple times African heroes likewise did not add to their 1,427 points amassed a month ago because of their latency and will would like to enhance their position when the following FIFA World Ranking is discharged in February.

Senegal additionally held best spot in Africa with Tunisia, Morocco, Nigeria and DR Congo finishing the best five group in the landmass.

Belgium stay top in the most recent FIFA World Ranking with France (second, unaltered), Brazil (third, unaltered), Croatia and England.

The month’s greatest movers are Guyana (177th, up 3) whose CONCACAF Nations League qualifier draw against Barbados (162nd, down 3) in September was as of late renamed as a relinquish win because of the Barbadians handling two ineligible players.

In any case, there are likewise unassuming ascents for any semblance of Zimbabwe (114th, up 1), Sierra Leone (115th, up 1), Kazakhstan (119th, up 1), Guinea-Bissau (120th, up 1), Indonesia (159th, up 1), Belize (160th, up 1) and Nepal (161st, up 1.)

The following FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be distributed on 7 February, 2019.

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