Lagos - Nigeria has moved two steps forward in the April
ranking of the Federation of International Football Association released on Thursday.
Placed on 47th spot in March, the Super Eagles moved two
steps higher to 45th in the latest ranking.
The Stephen Keshi handled side moved one step up on the
continent, displacing Tunisia from the 6th spot.
Ivory Coast held on to the top spot in Africa, while Egypt
and Algeria swapped the 2nd and 3rd positions.
Cape Verde also unseat Ghana from the 4th spot, while Tunisia,
Cameroon, Guinea and Mali completed Africa’s top ten.
In the World stage, Spain and Germany maintained the top two
positions, while Portugal and Colombia took over the 3rd and 4th spots.
Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Switzerland, Italy and Greece
completed the top ten in the world in that order.
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