Super falcons drops in latest FIFA ranking

 Super Falcons of Nigeria dropped one position in the most recent FIFA rankings delivered by the world football administering body on Friday, April 16. 

The African heroes are presently the 38th best positioned female public group having recently involved the 37th situation on the planet. 

They neglected to climb in the positioning regardless of Randy Waldrum driving them Turkish Women win back in February. 

The Super Falcons anyway kept up best position in Africa in front of Cameroon, South Africa, Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Tunisia, Morocco, Mali, Algeria and Senegal. 

Title holders USA are the No. 1 group in ladies' football on the planet while Germany are in second position. 

Netherlands come in third as France, Sweden, England and Brazil complete the main seven. The Super Falcons are the lone African group in the best 50. 

Prior, revealed that Super Eagles of Nigeria have been evaluated as the third best footballing country in Africa in the most recent FIFA positioning with Gernot Rohr and his men possessing 32nd on the planet. 

This most recent ascent by the Super Eagles in the FIFA positioning was because of their fantastic successes over Lesotho and Benin in their last two African Cup of Nation qualifiers back in March. 

Gernot Rohr and his men were great in Porto Novo beating Benin Republic 1-0, while they crushed visiting Lesotho 3-0 at the Teslim Balogun arena in Lagos. 

The two successes assisted the Super Eagles with completing their mission as pioneers in their gathering as they tied down a pass to the 2022 African Cup of Nations which will be played in Cameroon. 

Senegal are involving first situation in Africa and they are put 22 on the planet, while Tunisia possess second in Africa and are 26th on the planet. 

In the worldwide positioning, Belgium are as yet the no.1 positioned footballing country on the planet and they are being trailed by France, while Brazil involve third position. 

Britain's three lions are fourth on the planet positioning, while Portugal are possessing fifth position.

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