16th September, 2021
The Super Eagles of Nigeria remained 34th in the world in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
They also remained fifth in Africa, despite their recent wins against Liberia and Cape Verde.
However, the team gathered additional points, to hit 1492.37 from its previous 1479.58.
Super Eagles are behind Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco.
In other rankings, England moved up to number three, the highest number they ever attained since the ranking began.
It is also the first time England have been in the top three since September 2012.
The top two positions stay unchanged with Belgium the highest-ranked team in the world and Brazil placing second.
World champions France have dropped from third to fourth following mixed results in Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying this month.
The latest FIFA ranking would be used by the football governing body in the Qatar 2022 World Cup draw.