Super Eagles and other top African cum world football teams remained static as world soccer ruling body released new ranking late Thursday in Zurich.
The Eagles who finished 31st in the world and 3rd in Africa last ranking, retained the position just as Teranga Lions of Senegal held on to the number one position in Africa.
Tunisia who lost the third place final to Nigeria in the last Nations Cup in Egypt, are second in Africa with Nations cup winner Algeria and Morocco in the fourth and fifth places respectively.
Ghana, last Nations Cup hosts Egypt, Cameroon, Mali and Congo DR complete the African top 10.
With virtually all sports activities put in the cooler till further notice, the world ranking equally maintained the status quo with Belgium at the top of the summit followed by world cup champions France.
Brazil, England, Uruguay are third, fourth and fifth respectively.
World cup runners up Croatia are 6th on the log. Portugal, Spain Argentina and Colombia complete the world top 10.
A new ranking will be dished out by June 10 even as some say it may not offer any changes as the battle against coronavirus pandemic continues with basketful of uncertainties.