igeria’s Super Eagles have moved up four places to 32nd position in the latest ranking released by the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA).
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports FIFA released the latest world football ranking on Thursday morning.
The three-time African champions are also now the third-best team in Africa behind newly crowned African Cup of Nations (AFCON) champions, the Terangha Lions and the Atlas Lions of Morocco.
The West Africans won all three group matches against Egypt, Sudan and Guinea-Bissau at the 2021 AFCON tournament in Cameroon.
The Augustine Eguavoen’s side, however, crashed out in the second round after going down to a 1-0 defeat to the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia.
TNG reports the Super Eagles were ranked 36th and fifth-best team in Africa heading to competition but still moved up in the ranking despite their surprise quick exit in Cameroon.
Algeria and Tunisia, who were ranked higher than the Super Eagles in the world and on the continent had a dismal campaign at AFCON 2021.
Algeria exited at the group stage with one draw and two defeats from three games, while Tunisia recorded two wins and two defeats.