The champion of Africa has leapt forward in the May ranking of the best football nations in the world, released this Thursday by the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA). The Indomitable Lions are now 32nd in the world.
Cameroon won a place in the ranking of the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) published this Thursday, on behalf of the May of 2017. The country of Roger Milla, Samuel Eto’o and Gabrielle Aboudi Onguéné remains 3rd on the continent. The first two places are respectively occupied by Egypt (20th world) who lost one place, and Senegal (27th world) who won 3.
Behind Cameroon, Nigeria (38th) is ahead of DR Congo (39th), Tunisia (41st), Burkina Faso (41st), Côte d’Ivoire (47th) and Ghana (49th) Algeria (55th) which closes the Top 10 of the African continent. Morocco, ranked tenth in Africa and 53rd in the world last month lost 3 places. Cameroon’s first opponents to the African Cup of Nations (CAN) 2019 qualifiers are ranked 56th in the world. Meanwhile, the Top 10 ranking did not change. Brazil’s Neymar still leads the way in the first place to Messi’s Argentina’s biggest disgrace, ranked 2nd against Germany (3rd), Chile (4th) and Colombia (5th), France (6th) and Belgium (7th). Portugal’s Cristiano Rolando is 8th, while Switzerland and Spain are respectively 9th and 10th.
The Lions are currently in camp in preparation for the forthcoming Confederation cup that will take place in Russia beginning June 17.