Belgium remained world number one in the International Football Federation, FIFA rankings published on Thursday, followed by France, Brazil, England, Portugal and Spain.
In the same vein, the Super Eagles of Nigeria were non-movers at number 32 according to May’s rankings released by the Federation of International Football Association, FIFA.
In Africa, the Super Eagles with 1487 points also maintain their position at number three.
Senegal are ranked first in Africa and 22nd in the world with 1542 points, while Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles – who are also unmoved – remain 26th globally and second in Africa after accruing 1512 points.
Italy, Argentina, Uruguay, and Denmark complete the FIFA top 10.
China stays in 77th, ranking the ninth among all Asian teams.