Nigeria’s Super Eagles have moved up by four spots to the 44th position in the world in the October FIFA Ranking released on Thursday.

In the ranking table published on the website of the world football governing body, Nigeria garnered 1431 points as against 1415 it had in September.

The movement has now placed Nigeria as the third in Africa behind Tunisia and Senegal.

In the period under review, the Super Eagles thrashed Libya 4-0 at home in Uyo before beating the North Africans 3-2 away in Sfax in the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Also read: 3 Quick Steps To Get New BOUNCE FOOTBALL Feature

Tunisia is ranked 22nd in the world and Senegal 25th. Congo DR (ranked 46th and Morocco(47th) are the other African countries among the top 50.

On the global scene, Belgium are now ranked world number one, ahead of France with the narrowest of margin–just one point in the new the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking published today. The Belgians have 1733 points to France’s 1732 points.

In September, the two countries were tied on the first spot.

The top two remain out in front after a month in which each of them enjoyed a win and a draw, with Belgium and France beating Switzerland (8th, unchanged) and Germany (14th, down two) respectively in the UEFA Nations League. Brazil are third with 1669 points, Croatia fourth with 1635 and England fifth with 1619 points. Leo Messi’s Argentina are ranked 12th in the world.

Don’t forget to share this article with your friends and family.


ALSO WATCH: Fayose Granted 50 Million Bail | See The Moment He Left Court