Bolivian President Evo Morales has snubbed Fifa's ban on high-altitude football matches by playing his own at 6,000m (19,700 ft) above sea level.
President Morales and his staff played against a team of local mountaineers on Mount Sajama, a dormant volcano in the Andes, near the border with Chile.
After sacrificing a llama for good luck, the teams flew by helicopter to a makeshift pitch below the mountain's peak.
"If you want to play sports, it's possible to play sports at any altitude in the world," Mr Morales, who scored the winning goal, said.
But the game only lasted for about 15 minutes, in which time the ball also had to be recovered after it rolled down the mountainside.
Last month Fifa decided to prohibit international tournaments and World Cup qualifying matches anywhere above 2,500m (8,200ft).
The decision, which affects many South American nations, has been seen as an insult in Bolivia.