FIFA Confederations Cup, 1995

The second King Fahd Cup took place in January 1995. The tournament was hosted again by Saudi Arabia and was contested by six teams.

Unusually, the teams all shared one luxury hotel.

Despite being without Michael Laudrup for the opening game, who was playing in the Spanish Classico, Denmark defeated Saudi Arabia. The Scandinavians won group A to qualify for the final.

In the other group Argentina finished top after partly thanks to a 5 - 1 thrashing of the Japanese.

The Laudrup brothers were instrumental as Denmark defeated Argentina in the final 2 - 0.