Euro 1992 brought one of the biggest shocks in international history as Denmark won the title after only qualifying thanks to the disqualification of Yugoslavia.
Eight teams featured, including Scotland and hosts Sweden for the first time, Germany in their first tournament since reunification, and the Commonwealth of Independent States – a transitional team for the Soviet Union.
Denmark drew with England before losing to Sweden, but saved themselves in their final group game with a 2-1 win over France. France and England went out, with the two Scandinavian sides going through.
The Netherlands and Germany qualified from Group 2, with the CIS finishing bottom after a 3-0 defeat to Scotland.
Germany dispatched Sweden 3-2 in an entertaining semi-final, before Denmark shocked reigning champions the Netherlands on penalties following a 2-2 draw. Marco van Basten, the hero four years earlier, was the only player to miss.
John Jensen and Kim Vilfort scored for Denmark in the final, beating Germany 2-0 in what is without doubt one of the greatest upsets seen in an international final.
Final scoreline: Denmark 2-0 Germany