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Rwanda, the highest mover in the region gained 7 spots to130th from 137 in the world charts and 39th in Africa. Burundi dropped 11 places to 115th in the world and 33rd in Africa.
Regional champions Uganda still rules as Kenya moved one place up to 126th and 36th in Africa, while Tanzania dropped three places to 127th in the world and 37th in Africa.
One of the biggest risers this month is Nigeria, whose Africa Cup of Nations triumph had the Super Eagles soar from 52nd to 30th — their highest ranking since August 2010. The side they defeated in the final, Burkina Faso, climbed 37 places to 55th place.
Spain, Germany and Argentina top the standings, respectively, while England’s win over Brazil has the Three Lions fourth overall, a two-spot improvement over last month.