sports writer, Cameroon.

The world’s football governing body FIFA, has made public its classification of Nations for the Month of November 2019, with the indomitable lions of Cameroon falling one place down the pecking orders.

According to the recent rankings, Cameroon is now 53rd in the world, and eight in the African rankings. This means that the indomitable lions have lost one place, as they were previously ranked 52nd in the world, as per the rankings of October 24, 2019.

Cameroon’s poor form in their recent outings, can be attributed to this drop in the Classification of footballing nations in the world. The indomitable lions are just from two draws against Tunisia and Cape Verde, and a laborious 1#0 away win over Rwanda in Kigali, setting a record of one win and two draws, in Antonio Conceição’s tenure.

Apart from Cameroon, the Teranga lions of Senegal, remains the best ranked and the only African team to feature in the top 20 in the world, despite losing one spot in the recent rankings.

The top 10 ranked teams includes Tunisia that occupies the second position in the continent, and 27 in the world. Nigeria comes third in Africa and 31 in the world. Algeria is fourth in Africa and 35th in world, while Ghana, Egypt and Cameroon occupies the Sixth, seventh and eighth spots in Africa, 47th, 51, and 53rd positions in the world. The top 10 in Africa is completed by Mali and DR Congo.

Belgium stays top of the world’s rankings, followed by France and Brazil.

The best movers in the recent rankings, are Myanmar who gained 11 places, Comoros who moved nine places up and now occupies the 133th spot in the world, same too as Kuwait who gained nine places and are now 147th.

Worst movers are Nicaragua, Equatorial Guinea, and Romania.


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