Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted he regretted not beating Anderlecht at home.
The Gunners could have clinched first place in Champions League Group D had they not blown a three goal lead against the Belgium side. Arsenal ended up drawing the game at the Emirates 3-3.
“We had two favourites responding to the fact they were favourites. We won four games and had one draw, we can maybe regret that point at home to Anderlecht,” Wenger said.
Arsenal beat Galatasaray 4-1 in the Türk Telekom Arena but would have needed to score six without conceding to finish first.
“There’s a little bit of frustration, but we knew at half-time we needed to score six without conceding,” Wenger said.
“We came out strong and that’s what I wanted from these players.
“There’s some great teams in there and we need to wait and see who we get.”
Arsenal finished the group in second place with 13 points on goal difference.