Zimbabwe move up FIFA rankings

Online Reporter
The Warriors reaped the benefits of utilizing the FIFA international break as they moved two places up the ladder on the latest world rankings, following their participation at a four-nation tournament held in Malawi in March.

Zimbabwe is ranked 122nd, up from 124, on the April rankings released by the world football governing body FIFA on Thursday morning.
The Warriors lost 3-1 to Kenya in the final of a four-nation tournament, after dispatching rivals Zambia via a penalty shootout in the semis.
Norman Mapeza was in charge of the Warriors on an interim basis.
Zimbabwe also moved two places up to 33rd on the Confederation of African Football (CAF) rankings.
However, they remain below the likes of Comoros, Tanzania, Mozambique, Uganda, and Madagascar.
South Africa, whom Zimbabwe play in a World Cup qualifier in June is now 10th on the continent.
Morocco, Senegal, Nigeria, Egypt, and Cote d’Ivoire are the top five teams in Africa.
Argentina, France, Belgium, England, and Brazil complete the top five in the world.

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