HARRY Redknapp admitted he’s at his lowest point of his managerial career after Shaun Maloney's last-gasp goal denied QPR victory against Wigan.
Loic Remy's late strike looked like earning Rangers three vital points against the Latics, only for Maloney to grab the visitors a draw in the final minute of added time.
The Rs' survival hopes are hanging by a thread, seven points adrift of safety with just six games remaining.
“It feels like the worst defeat of my life,” said Redknapp afterwards.
“I don’t know how I’m going to lift myself. I’d be a liar if I said I could lift myself tonight.
“I’m low. Tonight is probably as low as I’ve ever felt.
“I thought it was the cruellest blow I’ve ever suffered since I’ve been in football. Their goal wasn’t deserved. We should have won the game.
“[They scored] in the last minute of four minutes of injury time. We thoroughly deserved the win today. The work rate, the effort we play with I thought was deserving of three points.
“Three points, if we’d have got them today, would have given us a fantastic opportunity to stay. It was a massive disappointment.
“We needed that win today and with ten men that would have given us such a lift."
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