Zurich - The Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped three
places in the latest FIFA rankings released by the World Football Governing
Body on Thursday.
Nigeria was ranked 33rd in the world in October but dropped
to 36th in the November rankings. The Stephen Keshi led side however maintained
their fourth position on the continent of Africa.
Nigeria have played four games between October and November,
winning two, with one draw and a loss.
The team booked a ticket to qualify for the 2014 World Cup
after defeating Ethiopia in a two-legged encounter.
Ivory Coast maintained the top spot on the continent, and
are trailed by Ghana and Algeria. Egypt moved up from eighth to fifth position,
while Cape Verde stayed put on sixth spot.
Spain, Germany, Argentina and Colombia held on to the top
four positions in the world.
See all standings at FIFA.