Nigeria dropped three places in the latest monthly FIFA Ranking released on Thursday by the world governing football body.
The Three-time African champions dropped three places from 32nd to 35th position in the world after failing to win their two friendlies against Portugal and Algeria.
The Eagles also moved one step down from fourth to fifth position in Africa.
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The Atlas Lions of Morocco displaced Senegal to become the best African side.
The Teranga Lions of Senegal dropped to second position with Tunisia remaining in the third position, while the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon jumped to fourth position.
Newly crowned world champions, Argentina are now ranked second, with Brazil maintaining the top position, while France, Belgium and England make up the top five teams in the world.