Nigeria is now 4th in Africa, according to the latest FIFA/Cocacola world ranking released.

The Super Eagles, with 730 points moved two places up to 38th position in the world.

Egypt, who are 20th in the world are Africa’s leaders.

They are followed by Senegal (27th in the world) and Cameroon (32nd in the world).

Congo DR, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Ghana and Algeria, in descending order complete Africa’s top ten footballing nations. Morocco are 11th, South Africa 12th, while Mali are 13th in the new ranking.

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