The Super Eagles of Nigeria retain 36th position in the latest rankings released by world soccer hovering body , FIFA on Thursday.
It has been a quiet period in the month under review – and it is understandable why the Super Eagles stayed motionless.
With 1478 points, three-time African champions also remain fifth in the continent.
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Senegal are ranked first in Africa and 20th in the world with 1561 points, while Morocco’s Atlas Lions – who are also unmoved – remain 28th globally and second in Africa after accruing 1529 points.
Reigning African champions, the Desert Foxes of Algeria are ranked 30th globally and third in the continent, while the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia maintain fourth spot on the continent.
Belgium, Brazil and France end the year as the top three teams in the world.
The next Fifa/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 10 February 2022.