Only six minutes was the age of a football match held in 1894 between a local team from the Ukrainian Lviv (west) and another Polish from Krakow, becoming the shortest in history.
At a time when football was in the process of birth, Lviv hosted the first spherical confrontation between the two cities, on 14 July 1894, when the two sides followed the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
It was one of the strangest chapters in the history of the ball, embodied in a memorial mural with a picture of the game.
Ukraine's Volodymyr Kommitsky, (16 years), scored his team's goal in the sixth minute to explode the team's celebrations, deciding to end the match and leave the opposing players in a state of confusion.
"The Polish players then called for the return of the Ukrainian players to the stadium to resume the game," said Anastasia Shamotka, a Ukrainian tour guide and translator. "But the jubilant team, with their goal, sent" women in the acrobatics "on the pitch, and the Ukrainians did not return.