The Federation of International Football Associations, (FIFA) has on Thursday released its monthly ranking of National teams and for the month of May 2015, the Super Eagles of Nigeria remained on the 45th position.
The Super Eagles, who played no match in the period under review, also remained eighth in Africa, with Algeria, who climbed one spot to 20th remaining number one on the continent.
African champions Ivory Coast are 23rd and second in Africa, Ghana 26th and third in Africa, while Tunisia, who are fourth on the continent, dropped to 31st in the world. Senegal, who are 36th; Cape Verde, who are 37th and Guinea who are 41st are fifth, sixth and seventh in Africa respectively.
The top 10 positions in world football ranking remained unchanged with Germany leading the pack.
The German machines are trailed by Argentina, Belgium, Colombia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Portugal, Uruguay, Switzerland and Spain.