Kenya sinks 13 places in latest FIFA Rankings
02 June 2016, 14:57
Nairobi - National men soccer team Harambee Stars has dropped yet again in the world football governing body FIFA rankings.
According the latest rankings released on Thursday, the Stanley Okumbi-coached side sunk 13 places to position 129 from 116 last month.
The latest development comes barely days after the team registered a one all draw with lowly ranked Sudan and Tanzania in a test match staged at Karasani stadium in Nairobi.
Kenya’s next Sunday’s opponents in the 2017 Gabon Africa Nations Cup qualifiers, Congo Brazzaville, sits 60th globally after dropping one position.
Algeria remains the best ranked team in Africa followed by AFCON title holders Cote d'Ivoire while Ghana, Senegal and Egypt wrap up the best five countries in the continent respectively.
Globally, Argentina leads followed by Belgium, Colombia, world defending champions Germany and Copa America title holders Chile complete the top five teams.
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