The Zimbabwe senior menâ€™s soccer team has moved two places up the FIFA world rankings to occupy 104th position in the latest rankings released by FIFA this Wednesday afternoon, despite being inactive on the international stage in the month of March.Zimbabwe also moved two places on the continent and is now sitting on number 25.
However, the ghost of the 2-1 loss to Burundi is still haunting the Warriors as they are still outside the worldâ€™s top 100 football nations.
Cote dâ€™Ivoire maintained pole position in African, while Ghana are still second.
Algeria moved one place up to occupy third place, with African Champions Zambia breaking into the top 5 after climbing two places to land on 4th position.
World champions Spain remained at the top of FIFA’s monthly rankings with Germany in second.
Uruguay moved to a new high of third, while the Netherlands dropped two places to fourth.
Portugal climbed two places to fifth, overtaking England and Brazil.
Mexico still leads CONCACAF nations after rising to number 20.
The biggest mover was North Korea, which climbed 25 places to number 86.