Ghana dropped to 52nd place in the latest FIFA rankings released for the month of Sepetember on Thursday.
The Black Stars moved a step further on the continent to the 8th position on the CAF ranking.
Egypt remained the Africa No.1 country though they dropped 5 places to 30th on the table, followed by Tunisia (31), Senegal (33), Congo DR (42), Nigeria (44), Cameroon (45), Burkina Faso (49), Ghana (52), Cote d’ivoire (54) and Morocco (56).
Germany leads the FIFA rankings, followed by Brazil (2), Portugal (3), Argentina (4), Belgium (5), Poland (6), Switzerland (7), France (8), Chile (9) and Columbia (10).
Cape Verde are the biggest overall movers in the latest Fifa World Rankings as they climb a total of 47 places.
The Blue Sharks two victories over South Africa in 2018 World Cup qualifiers has seen them move from 114 to 67 globally and 13th in Africa.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on October 16, 2017.