The Super Falcons of Nigeria have been ranked the 10th best team at the just concluded 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and not the 10th best team in the world according to the monthly FIFA Rankings.
News of the team being ranked as the 10th best team in the world according to the FIFA rankings done monthly is indeed a misconception as Randy Waldrum’s team is the 10th best team of the 32 teams that participated at the global football spectacle.
The Falcons were undefeated after 4 games and during the course of their impressive campaign down under.
The 11 time African Champions , housed in a group that had Co-host Australia, Canada and debutants Ireland qualified for the round of 16 after beating the Ausdies and holding the other two nations to a draw.
The team eventually got eliminated at the round of 16 stage via the lottery of penalty kicks following 120 minutes of intense battle against finalist England