Internationals: As far as African football is concerned, Tunisia still reign

FIFA’s latest monthly rankings have reviewed that Tunisia still occupies the top spot in men’s football. The Carthage Eagles last cup triumph came in the AFCON 2004 but they have been consistent enough in their performances to keep their place amongst the elite. All of North Africa’s five countries made it to the top 10, except Libya while Southern African countries occupy spots other than the top 10. This year’s five world cup representatives featured in the top seven and Southern Africa. Here is the full list:

African rankings (global position in brackets):

  1. Tunisia (23)

  2. Senegal (27)

  3. DR Congo (39)

  4. Morocco (42)

  5. Egypt (44)

  6. Cameroon (51)

  7. Nigeria (52)

  8. Ghana (54)

  9. Burkina Faso (56)

  10. Algeria (60)