Celtic manager Tony Mowbray says Eduardo's Uefa charge for diving is of little concern to him.
Arsenal's Brazilian striker has been charged with 'deceiving the referee' after winning a penalty in the teams' midweek clash.
There seemed to be little contact between Eduardo and Celtic keeper Artur Boruc, but the striker still went down, a moment that effectively ended the tie.
Eduardo scored from the penalty spot and Arsenal went on to comfortably win the game 3-1, sending Celtic out of the UEFA Champions League.
Mowbray does not believe Eduardo's charge is a consolation as The Bhoys now find themselves competing in this season's Europa League.
"I haven't given it a second thought," he said on the midweek incident. "It doesn't matter, we are out of the Champions League.
"The bigger picture is Uefa want to clamp down on simulation, to make a mark and if they feel they need to do it, then so be it.
"Sometimes there has to be a fall guy. But it is not my decision, I don't want to condemn anybody."
It has been suggested extra officials behind the goalline could assist the referee, however Mowbray remains sceptical.
The former West Brom boss believes introducing more factors into the decision-making process could only complicate the situation.
"I don't know about five officials," he continued. "Would it work? I don't know.
"I've got visions of some guy running behind the goal, deciding he is going to go behind the left post, then sprinting 15 yards because the ball gets switched to the right post.
"If an official had been five yards away (at the Emirates) and told the referee that there was no contact and there was no penalty, then great.
"But I think sometimes these things just create more situations, with more people having an opinion.
"I personally don't think there is much wrong with the game, and it has been going 140 years or whatever.
"I can't see any reason why you can't have goalline technology because if it is over the line then it is a goal, even if the referee misses it.
"But you get in to grey areas. You can't have five officials at Sunday League games, they can't get enough referees at the moment.
"But let's wait and see where it goes."
Celtic have been drawn against Hamburg, Hapoel Tel Aviv and Aston Villa's conquerors and Mowbray knows a tough task lies ahead.
"It could have been easier but you take what you get.
"I watched Hamburg play Man City last year but although there have been changes they are a tough team from the German league.
"I don't know much about the Israel team but I'm sure we will find out in the next few weeks and we watched Rapid Vienna put out Aston Villa last night, so they are obviously not a bad team to do that.
"It is quite exciting and I look forward to it."