The Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped in the latest ranking released by the world football governing body FIFA.
The two-time African Champion dropped to sixth in Africa and moved from 35th to 40th following their defeat on Match Day 3 to Guinea Bissau.
The Atlas Lions of Morocco maintained their position as the continent’s number one team and 11th in the world.
The 2022 Africa Cup of Nations Champions, Senegal moved to 18th position in the world and are second in Africa while Tunisia moved to 28th in the world and third in Africa.
World Cup Champions, Argentina moved to the number one position in the globe for the first time in six years by overtaking their South American rivals, Brazil who moved to third place while France are the second-placed team in the World.
What can be done to revive the free falling state of Nigerian football? Can the Super Eagles fly high again?