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Egypt remained 55th leapfrogging Nigeria and Guinea who dropped significantly 14 and 13 places respectively to 57th and 58th.
Ghana were big movers in the Confederation of African Football rankings moving up nine places to 29th, bouncing above Tunisia who dropped three places to 32nd.
Cameroon were also big movers jumping up seen places to 42nd, whilst Africa’s top ranked team Algeria moved up a further two places to 19th in the World. It is interesting to note that Algeria have surpassed France (ranked 22nd) for the first time in history.
CAF World Rankings:
- 19 – Algeria
- 21 – Cote d’Ivoire
- 25 – Ghana
- 32 – Tunisia
- 39 – Senegal
- 42 – Cameroon
- 47 – Congo
- 52 – Cape Verde
- 55 – Egypt
- 57 – Nigeria