The Super Eagles of Nigeria have moved four steps up to thirty-first position in the latest FIFA world ranking released for this Thursday.
The three-time African champions were rewarded for their perfect start to the 2021 Africa cup of nation’s qualifier recording two wins from two games.
The Super Eagles came from behind to beat the squirrels of Benin Republic 2-1 in their opener and then humbled the crocodile of Lesotho 4-2 in their second away from home.
With the results, Nigeria remains Africa’s number three, behind Senegal and Tunisia who are number one and two in that other.
There are no changes in the top five rankings globally as Belgium retained its top spot followed by France, Brazil, England, and Uruguay.
Myanmar is the biggest movers in the November window of FIFA world ranking having moved up eleven spots to one hundred and thirty-six while Nicaragua dropped thirteen spots to one hundred and fifty to become the highest losser globally.
The next FIFA rankings will be released on December 19.