The Super Eagles of Nigeria have dropped nine places to 50th on the monthly Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings released Thursday, Nov 23.
Earlier this year Poland were No. 5 in the FIFA table - the best result for the Polish team since the world football governing body's ranking was launched in 1992.
It is the national team's worst ranking since Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim became FAM president in March, and matched the country's worst-ever position of No 174 reached in April and May previous year.
This is despite defeating Argentina 4-2 in a recent friendly some days back. They are four places ahead of England who drop from 12th to 15th.
The Senegalese national team has been ranked the 23rd and that is the highest they have been placed in their history so far.
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Egypt came third in the African team, after Senegal and Tunisia.
Reigning world champions Germany retain their position as the no 1 ranked side on the planet, with Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium completing an unchanged top five. Switzerland moved into the top ten bracket and are now eight while France and Chile complete the top ten in ninth and 10th respectively.
Zambia's ex-2018 World Cup Group B qualifier opponents Cameroon are 45th, Nigeria are 50th while Algeria 64th.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 21 December 2017.