The Harambee Stars maintain their standings in the latest rankings released by the world football governing board., South Africa and Nigeria also remain unmoved according to rankings revealed by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) earlier this week.
The month under review was a bit serene and this explains why the three alongside most African Nations maintained their rankings. Nigeria who were three-time African champions remain third in the continent with 1487 points and occupy the 32nd place worldwide.
Harambee Stars will not feature at the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. They still maintain the 23rd rank in Africa and position globally.
Senegal are the first in Africa and 22nd in the world with 1542 points, while Tunisiab who also maintained their place remain 26th universally and second in Africa after hitting 1512 points. Guinea Bissau moved a massive of 11 places hence reaching position 108 in the world while Namibia are ranked 111. Comoros lost 4-0 to Mohamed Salah’s Egypt on the last day of their Afcon qualification hence rated number 36 in Africa and 131 worldwide.
With most African teams taking part in international friendlies, there is bound to be significant movement in the next edition to be released on August 12. Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles would face Cameroon in a friendly game, while Senegal will go for Zambia and Cape Verde.
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