Zimbabwe have dropped three places to position 112 on the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Thursday.
The slump follows after a disastrous Afcon campaign that saw the team finishing their campaign in the first round on the bottom of Group A.
On the African ranking, the Warriors have fallen one place to number 27, something that will make them start their 2022 World Qualifiers in the preliminary round.
African champions Algeria moved 28 places to number 40 in the world while Afcon finalist Senegal are now on position 20, their best-ever Ranking position.
Belgium maintained their top spot while 2019 Copa America winners Brazil moved into second.
World Top 10: 1. Belgium, 2. Brazil, 3. France, 4. England, 5.Uruguay, 6. Portugal, 7. Croatia, 8. Colombia, 9. Spain, 10. Argentina.
Africa Top 10: 1. Senegal, 2. Tunisia, 3. Nigeria, 4. Algeria, 5. Morocco, 6. Egypt, 7. Ghana, 8. Cameroon, 9. DRC, 10. Ivory Coast.