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Nigeria drops to 35 in latest FIFA rankings

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Nigeria dropped down to 35th situation in the most u FIFA Coca-Cola world rankings following a dull showcase in November that saw them end the year without a success. 

The rankings delivered by the world football body on Friday demonstrated that Nigeria dropped three spots from the 32nd situation in November. 

The Super Eagles dropped three spots from their past position, following a horrible showing against Sierra Leone in their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying installations. 

They likewise dropped from number three to four in Africa. 

Gernot Rohr's men wasted a four-objective lead to tie the Leone Stars 4-4 at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin City, Edo State, in the first of their twofold header qualifiers on November 13. 

After four days, the three-time African bosses were held 0-0 in Freetown by their less-liked adversaries. 

Nigeria actually top Group L with eight focuses after four games, however the outcomes postponed their capability for the mainland masterpiece in Cameroon. 

In the interim, Sierra Leone are among the greatest movers on the landmass as they climbed four spots to 116th on the planet. 

Senegal climbed one spot to twentieth on the planet and are number one in Africa. 

Tunisia stayed second on the mainland and 26th around the world while ruling African heroes Algeria dropped one spot to 31st and third in Africa. 

As per the most recent positioning, Equatorial Guinea and Burundi are the greatest movers in Africa climbing 10 spots in the wake of dodging massacres in their AFCON qualifying games. 

In the worldwide rankings, Belgium held their main spot, with France and Brazil possessing the second and third positions. 

Britain and Portugal finished the best five positions. 

The following FIFA rankings, the keep going for 2020, will be reported on December 10.

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