Arsenal's upcoming clash with AC Milan is arguably the tie of the Uefa Champions League so far and, somewhat surprisingly, will be the first time the clubs have met in a European knockout competition.
However, the sides did contest the European Super Cup in February 1995 - a two-legged affair between the previous year's champions in the European Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup.
Arsenal beat Parma 1-0 in the Cup Winners' Cup Final in May 1994 while Milan crushed Barcelona 4-0 in the Champions League showpiece later that month.
The Gunners headed to Italy in good spirits after a stalemate at Highbury in the first-leg, but goals from Zvonomir Boban and Daniele Massaro settled matters in Milan's favour at the San Siro.
The London game was notable as it saw the return of Paul Merson after a drugs ban. The England international played the last 17 minutes and afterwards manager George Graham said: "He showed a lovely touch and used the ball well."
Of those involved over the course of the tie, just two remain at their clubs - Paolo Maldini and Alessandro Costacurta for the Italians.
Arsenal 0 AC Milan 0
First Leg - 1st February 1995, Highbury
Arsenal: Seaman, Dxon, Winterburn, Schwarz, Bould, Adams, Jensen (Hillier 85), Wright, Hartson, Selley, Campbell (Merson 74).
AC Milan: Rossi, Tassotti, Maldini, Albertini, Costacurta, Baresi, Donadoni, Desailly, Simone, Savicevic (Di Canio 89), Massaro.
AC Milan 2 (Boban 41, Massaro 67) Arsenal 0
Second Leg - 8th February 1995, San Siro
AC Milan: Rossi, Tassotti, Maldini, Albertini, Costacurta, Baresi, Donadoni, Desailly, Savicevic (Eranio 89), Boban, Massaro (Di Canio 80).
Arsenal: Seaman, Dixon (Keown 66), Winterburn, Schwarz, Bould, Adams, Campbell (Parlour 76), Wright, Hartson, Merson, Selley.
AC Milan manager Fabio Capello
Capello checks out the Highbury pitch
David Seaman catches a cross
Marcel Desailly chases Ian Wright
Desailly challenges Ian Selley
Seaman saves from Marco Simone
Lee Dixon shackles Paulo Di Canio
Merson applauds at the final whistle
A first-leg ticket
A programme for the second-leg
George Graham at the San Siro
Paul Merson passes Desailly
Ian Wright's "goal" is disallowed
Wrighty can't believe it!
Milan lift the trophy, 2-0 on aggregate
The victorious AC Milan team
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