Rabat - Morocco’s national football team has jumped one place up in the latest FIFA rankings. The Atlas Lions are now 39th in FIFA’s global world ranking after their Wednesday's victory against Guinea.
Rabat – Morocco’s national football team has jumped one place up in the latest FIFA rankings. The Atlas Lions are now 39th in FIFA’s global world ranking after their Wednesday’s victory against Guinea.
With 748 points, Morocco has moved up one place in the global rankings. The national football team also jumped one place up in Africa to be placed fourth in the continent after Tunisia, Senegal and Egypt. Tunisia ranks first in Africa with a total of 915 points. The Tunisian football team ranks 23rd in global rankings.
Senegal is second in Africa with 875 points and twenty-fourth in the world. Egypt comes third with a total of 814 points (thirty in the Global Rankings).
Morocco’s national football team is rocking in the African Nations Championship. The Atlas Lions retain their first place in the group with six points after winning two matches against Mauritania (4-0) and Guinea (3-1). The Atlas Lions scored seven goals to one in total. Sudan is placed second in Group A with six points after beating Mauritania 1-0.
The two leaders, Morocco and Sudan, will have a head-to-head match on Sunday night at 7 p.m.