Ghana’s position on the latest Fifa rankings released by the World Football Governing body, FIFA remains unchanged.
The Black Stars, who were placed in 60th position in March see their position unchanged for the June ranking following their African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Mauritania and Central African Republic, and also friendly games against Japan and Chile.
Ghana defeated Mauritania 3-0 at the Cape Coast stadium and drew 1-1 against Central African Republic in Angola. The Black Stars then lost 4-1 to Japan in the Kirin Cup, before beating Chile 3-1 on penalty shootouts after a scoreless game.
Ghana in March occurred 1387.36 points, but have made improvement and now occur 1389.68 points.
In African, Ghana sit in 11th place, behind Senegal who are 1st in Africa and 18th on the globe, followed by Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Algeria, Mali, Cote D’Ivoire and Burkina Faso.
Meanwhile, there are few changes at the top. Brazil and Belgium retain their positions as 1st and 2nd placed sides respectively. Argentina move into 3rd and France drop to 4th, while England remain in 5th place and Spain move above Italy to occupy 6th place.
Ghana will return to action in August for the 2023 AFCON qualifier against Angola in Cape Coast and will also be involved in preparatory games for the 2022 World Cup to be played in Qatar later this year.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on Thursday, August 25, 2022.
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