The Black Stars of Ghana have made no movement in the latest Coca-Cola FIFA ranking, remaining the 59th-best football country in the world.
Despite losing some 4.88 points in the June rankings, it did not affect Black Stars’ position on the table, keeping their 11th-place ranking in Africa.
Globally, there are no changes at all in the top ten, which is made up solely of European and South American teams.
Argentina (1st) remain at the top of the pile, with the other two podium places occupied by France (2nd) and Brazil (3rd), closely followed by England (4th), Belgium (5th) and Croatia (6th).
Morocco remain the top-ranked team in Africa (13th global), followed by Senegal(18), Tunisia(31), Algeria (33) and Egypt (34) completing the top 5.
Ghana played only one game in June 2023, failing to beat Madagascar in a 0-0 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
Source Joy Sports
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