The Zimbabwe senior menâ€™s national soccer team, the Warriors, has slipped 4 places down the FIFA World Rankings and have now crashed out of the top hundred.
Even the nil-all draw with AFCON finalists, Botswana in an international friendly played at the University of Botswana Stadium on the 7th of this month could not help the Warriors who fell four places from 98 to 102 on the world rankings.
In the latest FIFA World Rankings released by FIFA this Tuesday, Zimbabwe are now number 27 in the continent below such light weights as Malawi, Niger and Uganda.
On the other hand, Rosemary Mugadzaâ€™s Mighty Warriors have also slid two places down the ladder.
The Mighty Warriors now seat on position 103 with 1180 points from position 101 while on the continent they are ranked 11th.
Meanwhile, world champions, Spain maintained 1st position, while the Netherlands remained unchanged on second.
Germany is 3rd while Copa American Champions Uruguay are on 4th position.
England, Brazil, Portugal, Croatia, Italy and Argentina complete the worldâ€™s 10 best teams.
Cote Dâ€™Ivoire is the highest ranked African team sitting on position 18 in the world while Ghana is second sitting on number 26.
Algeria, Egypt, Senegal, Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Cape Verde and Tunisia complete Africaâ€™s top 10.Â