Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped once again in the latest FIFA ranking for February. The three-time African Cup of Nations winner dropped by one place from their previous position.
Super Eagles of Nigeria, however, maintained the fifth-place position in Africa. They are next to Morocco, who is in the third-place position, while Senegal still retains the first place position.
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Tunisia and Algeria are ranked second and third, respectively. The Super Eagles of Nigeria scored total points of 1474 points within February.
They will be playing the Benin Republic and Lesotho’s Crocodiles in the next 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixtures next month.
Nigeria remains top of their group, Group L, with eight points from four games played. According to the Fifa ranking, Belgium still maintains its top position with 1780 points for the first place position in the world.
France comes in the second place position while Brazil moved to the third-place position. England is occupying the fourth place, which is where they have been for some time now. The next FIFA/Coca-Cola world rankings will be published on the 8th of April, 2021.