Kenya is still ranked at position 78 in the latest FIFA football world rankings released on Thursday, just below the Faroe Islands and above Belarus. The Harambee Stars are currently enjoying a good streak of form, with a win against DR Congo their last major highlight in the FIFA calendar friendlies on March this year, when striker Michael Olunga scored a brace to secure the 2-1 victory. They are currently unbeaten in 11 games.
Harambee Stars are ranked 16th in Africa (Confederation of African Football) just below Uganda, who are 72nd globally. Egypt, who are ranked 19th globally maintain the top spot in the continent, followed by Senegal, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, and Nigeria.
Brazil is the best-ranked team globally, followed by Argentina, Germany, Chile, and Colombia. Moreover, India have broken into the top 100 ranked nations for the first time in 21 years, after moving up by one position.