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FIFA Ranking November 2018: These are the Top 20 African Footballing Nations

Like every month, the International Federation of Football Association unveiled this Thursday, its ranking of November 2018.

For this ranking of November, Côte d’Ivoire falls one rank on the African level and globally. Elephants are no longer part of the African top 10.

The national football team rises to the 11 th place in the African ranking and 65 th place worldwide behind Cameroon, Burkina Faso and Mali.

This small fall in this latest FIFA ranking is the result of his draw in Guinea during the 5th day of the CAN 2019 Qualifiers (1-1).

By taking a small point against an opponent on top of her in the top nations standings, the Ivorian selection could not earn points to improve her standings.

On a worldwide level, Belgium retains its title of leader followed by France and Brazil. Croatia, finalist of the Russian World Cup, is fourth with 1634 points. The next FIFA World Ranking will be published on December 20, 2018.

The world’s top 10

1. Belgium 
2. France 
3. Brazil 
4. Croatia 
5. England 
6. Portugal 
7. Uruguay 
8. Switzerland 
9. Spain 
10. Denmark


FIFA ranking November 2018: Here is the Top 20 African! The African top 20

1. Senegal (23) 
2. Tunisia (26) 
3. Morocco (40) 
4. Nigeria (44) 
5. DRC (49) 
6. Ghana (51) 
7. Cameroon (55) 
8. Egypt (56) 
9. Burkina Faso (61st) 
10. Mali (64th) 
11. Côte d’Ivoire (65th) 
12. Guinea (66th) 
13. Algeria (67th) 
14. Cape Verde (72nd) 
15. South Africa (72nd) 
16. Uganda (75th) 
17. Zambia (82nd) 
18. Congo (84th) 
19. Gabon (85th) 
20. Benin (94th)


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