The Super Eagles did not move an inch in the latest rankings released on Thursday by the world football governing body
Nigeria stayed in 47th spot in the lastest Fifa rankings released on Thursday, a result of their goalless draw with Mexico in last week’s international friendly.
The Super Eagles continue to be the seventh ranked team in Africa behind Cote D’Ivoire, Algeria, Egypt, Cape Verde Islands, Ghana and Tunisia. Cameroon are the only World Cup-bound African team that is ranked below the Eagles in eighth place.
Nigeria’s other World Cup Group F opponents are ranked higher, with Argentina being the third best ranked in the world while Bosnia-Herzegovina are in 21st spot and Iran are 42nd.
Spain continue to be the top ranked team in the world followed closely by Germany, while Portugal and Colombia retain the fourth and fifth spots.
World Cup hosts Brazil remain in the ninth spot.