FIFA Ranking: Ghana Progress In November Rating
After beating Ethiopia 2-0 in the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers, Ghana jumped up one place in the FIFA global football rankings published on Thursday, November 29.
The Black Stars moved from the 52nd position to the 51st position on the global ranking and have also moved a position upon the Africa continent ranking space as well.
November’s release sees the Black Stars increase in total accumulated points from 1407 to 1412.
On continental level, the Black Stars have also ascended by one spot from seventh to sixth, ahead of Cameroon (55th in the world), Egypt (56), Burkina Faso (61) and Mali (64).
Senegal (23) have toppled Tunisia (26) for the top spot, while Morocco (40), Nigeria (44) and Congo DR (49) make up Africa’s top five.
Back to the world table, there was no movement into the top five as Belgium, France. Brazil, Croatia and England keep their places from October.
Portugal, up by one position, now hold the sixth spot, followed by Uruguay, Switzerland, Spain and Denmark in the top 10 order.
The Black Stars have also ascended by one spot from seventh to sixth, ahead of Cameroon (55th in the world), Egypt (56), Burkina Faso (61) and Mali (64).
Belgium tops the world rankings while France ranks second and Brazil third. The next edition of the ranking is expected to be released on December 20.