Nigeria and South Africa are among the African nations to have lost ground in the June FIFA World Rankings, released on Thursday.
The Super Eagles, the lowest ranked of Africa's five World Cup-bound teams, have dropped one place to 48th overall in the world. They're now seventh among CAF's teams after being overtaken by rivals Ghana.
The Black Stars appear to be on an upward curve under Kwese Appiah, and climbed three spots to 47th overall and sixth in Africa.
Tunisia, who soared up to 14th in the...