The Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped one place in the latest FIFA Coca-Cola world ranking released on Thursday.
Nigeria dropped from 31st to 32nd in the latest ranking published on FIFA’s official website.
In Africa, the Super Eagles are in number four behind 2022 World Cup bound Senegal (1st) Morocco (2nd) and Tunisia (3rd).
The drop is coming on the heels of Super Eagles underwhelming results against Algeria in the two encounters they had with them in the last international break.
The Algeria B team held the Super Eagles to a 2-2 draw before defeating the team 2-1 in the other friendly fixture played in Oran.
The Super Eagles next international outing will be in November when they face Portugal in Lisbon.
The underwhelming performance of the Super Eagles, led to the sack of the Augustine Eguavoen led management. The new coach Josep Peseiro has basically stuck with the same selection, as the former coach, with no visible changes.
Most Nigerians are yet to embrace the fact that Nigeria will not be represented at Qatar 2022, after losing their spot to the Ghanaian Black Stars.
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