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FIFA Rankings March 2018: Tunisia is the New #1 in Africa, Nigeria 7th, Ivory Coast Occupies 14th Place

The FIFA / Coca-Cola ranking for the month of March has just been released.

The Elephants of Ivory Coast occupy 14th place in Africa and the 71st position in the world since last month.

The world trio is run by Germany (1st), Brazil (2nd) and Portugal (3rd).

Tunisia is, when it is the first African nation (23rd world) followed by Senegal, 2nd on the African plan and (27th world) and the DRC (39th).

In addition, the TOP 10 remains unchanged, Germany is still ahead of Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium, the second opponent of the Carthage Eagles in the “G” group of the 2018 Russia World Cup.

England, the first opponent of the national team keeps its 16th place behind Italy and Croatia and Panama, third and last opponent, which occupies the 53rd place.

In the world ranking, if Germany remains leader in front of Brazil and Portugal (3rd), we must note the great breakthrough of Poland (Senegal’s opponent in Group H of the world) which is now 6th in the world and 4th in Europe.


The band in Lewandowski is exaequo with Spain which seems to lose ground. But, which remains in front of France (9th) … where the other opponent of chicken of Senegal, Colombia is placed at the 13th place world but remains 5th of South America;

In the Concacaf zone, Senegal’s last opponent, Japan remains second behind Iran and 55th in the world. The next Fifa ranking that will be published next month, after the two dates Fifa March 23 and 27, 2018 will be less static, the last two that have not experienced much upheaval.

FIFA Ranking in March
1. Germany
2. Brazil
3. Portugal
4. Argentina
5. Belgium
6. Poland (+1)
6. Spain
8. Switzerland
9. France
10. Chile
11. Peru
12. Denmark
13. Colombia
14 Italy
15. Croatia
16. England
17. Mexico
18. Iceland
19. Sweden
20. Wales
21. The Netherlands
22. Uruguay
23. Tunisia

27. Senegal

39. DR Congo

42. Morocco
43. Czech Republic (+3)
44. Egypt (-1)

53. Panama


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