Nigerian Ranks 6th In The Latest FIFA CocaCola World Ranking Released

Nigeria moves one place up in the latest FIFA CocaCola World ranking released yesterday.

Nigeria is 6th in Africa behind their next opponent in Nations Cup qualifier, Cameron and above Burkina Faso.

The Pharaohs of Egypt are the leaders in Africa FIFA world ranking and 25th in the world with Congo closely followed as 2nd in Africa and 28th in the world.

Africa FIFA CocaCola World Ranking

However, Brazil have returned to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking after a one-month hiatus, replacing reigning FIFA World Cup™ champions Germany (2nd, down 1), who slipped back into second spot.

Monitored from FIFA.com, Argentina remain in third but the heavyweight trio are accompanied in the top five by two sides reaching unusually heady heights. Switzerland (4th, up 1) have reached their highest position since the very first month of the World Ranking (they were third in August 1993), while Poland (5th, up 1) are at an all-time high. Neither have dropped in the standings for 11 months.

CocaCola World Ranking FIFA

Portugal (6th, down 2) make way for the pair, while Belgium (9th, up 1) are the only other climber within the top ten.

The CONCACAF Gold Cup was responsible for some major movement further down the table, with defeated finalists Jamaica (57th, up 19) accruing the most points over the month. Meanwhile, champions USA (26th, up 9), Costa Rica (21st, up 5) and Mexico (14th, up 2) all moved up the standings.

A special mention also goes to Namibia (136th, up 20), who were the month’s biggest climbers.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 14 September 2017.

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