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Cameroon up 29 places in FIFA World Ranking after AFCON triumph

African Nations Cup winners Cameroon were welcomed home with a parade through the nation's capital city.

African Nations Cup champions Cameroon have moved up to No. 33 in the FIFA World Ranking, a 29-place jump.

But Africa's top-ranked team remains Egypt, who lost in the final but are 25th.

The top five is unchanged following a month when no high-ranked teams played, with Argentina at No. 1.

Brazil are second, followed by World Cup holders Germany and then Chile and Belgium. France climbed above Colombia into sixth place.

Mexico are the highest-placed CONCACAF team at No. 17, while Costa Rica...

 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria need to be at their best to beat resurgent Cameroon in CAF qualifying

Kelechi Iheanacho
After failing to qualify for the African Nations Cup, Nigeria has high hopes with young stars like Man City's Kelechi Iheanacho.

Cameroon's African Nations Cup win this past weekend did more than stun the continent. Marked down as no-hopers, even by themselves, after seven key players chose to put their club careers over their country, the Indomitable Lions showed gritty resolve, stern determination and supreme confidence in the whole being greater than the sum of its parts to reach and win the final against record seven-time champions Egypt.

"After we qualified, the first objective was to make it out of the group stage,"...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Allan Nyom: 'No regrets' about missing Cameroon's African Nations Cup win

Watch the Cameroon national team return home to jubilant fans after clinching the African Cup of Nations.
Gab Marcotti recaps Cameroon's remarkable run to the Cup of Nations final, which saw them shock Egypt to take the title.
Hugo Broos appeared to criticise the footballing culture of Cameroon ahead of their African Nations Cup final match against Egypt.

Cameroon international defender Allan Nyon has told the BBC he doesn't have "any regrets" about missing the African Nations Cup in order to remain with West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League club.

Nyom, 28, told Cameroon he was not willing to play in the tournament but changed his mind only for coach Hugo Broos to tell him there was no longer a place in the squad available.

However, Nyom, who helped West Brom pick up seven points from a possible nine available instead, said: "Let him know that...