Super-Eagles

Nigeria’s senior national team has dropped seven places to 66th in the latest FIFA world ranking released this morning.
The Super Eagles gathered a total of 541 points to fall to No. 14 in Africa behind Cote d’Ivoire, Algeria, Ghana, Cape Verde, Tunisia, Senegal, Congo, Guinea, Egypt, Cameroon, Congo DR, Mali and Uganda.
Below is the top 20 teams in the African continent:
 World ranking/ Team / Points
19/ Côte d’Ivoire/ 950
28/ Algeria/ 845
33/ Ghana/ 778
39/ Cape Verde Islands/ 745
40/ Tunisia/ 711
44/ Senegal/ 661
48/ Congo/ 638
50/ Guinea/ 621
57/ Egypt/ 585
59/ Cameroon/ 583
60/ Congo DR/ 580
62/ Mali/ 552
63/ Uganda/ 550
66/ Nigeria/ 541
69/ Equatorial Guinea/ 498
72/ South Africa/ 487
73/ Zambia/ 481
75/ Morocco/ 469
76/ Gabon/ 468
78/ Benin/ 461
Belgium claim the team of the year award for 2015. The next FIFA World Ranking will be published on 7 January 2016.