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Nigeria moves up to 33rd place in latest FIFA ranking
Nigeria has Super Eagles has clinched to 33rd in latest Fifa ranking after claiming Afcon 2019 bronze.
The Super Eagles, who was seen participate in recent African Champions, have been rewarded for their third-place finish following the just -concluded continental tournament
Nigeria have moved up to 33rd place in the Fifa World Rankings released on Thursday for the month of July.
On the back of their bronze-winning feat in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, the Super Eagles climbed 12 places from their 45th position in June, accruing 1481 points.
After finishing second in the group stage, Gernot Rohr’s men edged out five-time African champions Cameroon in the Round of 16 and went on to defeat 1996 champions South Africa in the quarter-final.