Ghana has dropped two places in the latest Fifa rankings released by World Football Governing body FIFA on Thursday.
The Black Stars were placed in 46th position when the ranking was revealed in September, but have now dropped to 48th position following their 3-0 defeat to Mali and 5-1 thrashing of Qatar in an international friendly.
The team’s fall is due to their 3-0 defeat to the Eagles of Mali earlier this month. Ghana now occur 1438 points, which is a point less than they did last month.
In African, Ghana sit 6th, behind Senegal who are 1st in Africa and 21st on the globe, followed by Tunisia who are 2nd in Africa and 26th in the World, African champions Algeria are 3rd in Africa and 30th on the globe, Nigeria are 4th in Africa and 32nd on the globe. Morocco sit 5th in Africa and 39th on the globe.
Meanwhile, there were no changes within the five top-ranked teams as Belgium, France, Brazil, England, and Portugal all kept their places.
Ghana will return to action next month for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Sudan. The West African giants currently sit first in group C with 6 points after beating South Africa 2-0 and São Tomé and Principe 1-0.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 26 November 2020.
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