Nigeria’s Super Eagles maintained its 31st position in the latest FIFA World Ranking released on Thursday.
The world football body updated the ranking of national teams on its official website with only one change made to the previous ranking released in February.
Following the suspension of football activities across the world in the last one month due to coronavirus, the ranking remained unchanged except for South Sudan, who moved into joint-one hundred and 68th position with Bermuda.
Senegal remains number one in Africa, followed by Tunisia and Nigeria, while Algeria and Morocco occupy 4th and 5th positions respectively.
Belgium, France, Brazil, England and Uruguay complete the top five teams in the world.