NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 24 – Despite winning their last two international friendly matches, Kenya has dropped four places in the latest FIFA rankings to sit 89th in the world.
Harambee Stars beat Mozambique1-0 before edging out Liberia by the same score-line at the Kasarani Stadium early this month but that could not help them climb since the two teams were lowly ranked below them.
In the East Africa region (CECAFA), Kenya is placed second behind Uganda who sit 73rd in the world after dropping one place.
Rwanda who went up six places to sit at position101 are third in CECAFA while Ethiopia who climbed11 places are fourth in the region.
Kenya sit 21st in Africa, 56 places behind Senegal who are leading the continent as they occupy 33rd position in the world ahead of Africa champions Ivory Coast who dropped three places to lie 34th.
Tunisia are the third best ranked team in the continent followed by Egypt while Algeria closes the top five best African teams.
From the two matches that Kenya played, they collected 244.8 points against Liberia and 267.75 against Mozambique.
Argentina continue to top the standings with Brazil swapping places with Germany to come in at second on the world rankings.