Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini said his team deserved to lose their Champions League tie against Chelsea after a poor display in the second leg.
The Turkish side barely mustered a shot on target as they were beaten 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, 3-1 on aggregate.
"We really played very, very badly," said the former Manchester City boss.
"Chelsea were the better side. It's impossible to score with just one shot on goal. We need to take several steps in order to be a better team."
Mancini, who has not beaten Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho in six attempts, added: "We did nothing on the pitch. This game was difficult and after we conceded the first goal it was more difficult.
"We didn't deserve anything in this game. Chelsea played better than us."
Mancini absolved former Blues striker Didier Drogba of any blame and refused to use Chelsea's pre-match presentation of a silver boot to the Ivorian as an excuse for his underwhelming performance.
The Italian said: "He didn't have any chances to score. If you don't get a chance it's difficult."
Mancini and Mourinho have endured a strained relationship since the Portuguese took over from the Italian at Inter Milan in 2008.
Mancini has since said that Mourinho's success of winning Serie A title the following season, and the league, Champions League and Italian Cup titles in the 2009-10 season, came as a result of the team he built.
And Mancini, who led City to the 2012 Premier League title, said his former team were favourites this season, despite Mourinho's team holding a four-point lead at the top of the table.
"I think that Manchester City's the best team," Mancini added. "They have the best players. I don't know if Liverpool, also doing very well in this moment, can win.
"I think it will be a fight till the end between City and Chelsea."