Super Green Eagles of Nigeria’s latest position in Fifa World rankings revealed they are able to move four times forward

The three-time African kings moved four places up in the latest rankings released by the world football governing body Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles are now rated as the 32nd best football playing nation in the world.

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The 2013 African champions climbed four places in April’s rankings released by the Federation of International Football Association on Thursday.

In the month under review, Nigeria garnered 1487 points to become the third-best team on the continent after overtaking Algeria and Morocco.

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Nigeria's Fifa World rankings indicates how well the Super Green Eagles haved improve the previous months
Nigeria’s Fifa World rankings recently indicates how well the Super Green Eagles have performed recent months

Paul Onuachu’s last-gasp header helped Rohr’s team silence the Squirrels at the Stade Charles de Gaulle, Porto-Novo.

Three days later, they defeated Thabo Senong’s Crocodiles at the Teslim Balogun Stadium.

Despite dropping two places, Senegal are ranked first in Africa and 22nd in the world with 1542 points, while Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles – who are unmoved – remained 26th globally and second in Africa after accruing 1512 points.

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Guinea Bissau are the biggest mover in April – moving a massive eleven places to the 108th position in the world, while Nambia are ranked 111th with a 10-place move.

For Africa Cup of Nations debutants Comoros, losing 4-0 to Mohamed Salah’s Egypt on the last day of their Afcon qualification drop a place in the ratings – to be ranked no.

36 in Africa and 131st worldwide. The order of the top six has not changed, with Belgium leading the pack while France, Brazil, England, Portugal and Spain follow in that order.

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European side Armenia (90, +9) are the most improved side in terms of points thanks to a gain of 40.28 points, while African side Malawi (115, +8), Cape Verde (73, +7), and Ethiopia (140, +6), also made significant progress.

The next Fifa/Coca-Cola world ranking will be published on 27 May 2021.

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