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Rwanda remains static in November 2018 FIFA Ranking

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Rwanda Amavubi has remained static as per the latest Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) for the month of November 2018.

According to the rankings released on Thursday, November 29, 2018, Rwanda has remained 137th just like last month with 1094 points and Tanzania drops two places to 138th (1087 points).

Kenya remains on 105th position with 1210 points as Sudan improves by 8 places to 127th (1120 points).

Burundi is up by three places on 1085 points in 139th position.

Horn of Africa nation Ethiopia falls to 151st on 1049 points and South Sudan drops to 164th (994 points).

Horn of Africa nation Ethiopia falls to 151st on 1049 points and South Sudan drops to 164th (994 points).

Djibouti remains in the 197th place (896 points) as Eritrea and Somalia share 204th placing with Tonga with 868 points apiece.

San Marino is the lowest ranked country among all the FIFA Member Associations.

They drop to the new low 211th from 209th in 2018.

The top five global countries remain unmoved from last month’s rankings.

Leaders Belgium, France, Brazil, Croatia, and England occupy the best five countries respectively.

Argentina squeezes to the top 10 at the expense of Colombia.

Senegal (23rd) is the best ranked African country with 1505 points,

 

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