'But today he got some badly wrong. When he goes home tonight and sees them he'll know he's made a couple of terrible decisions.
'The linesman, he'll watch it tonight, when his wife's making him a bacon sandwich and he'll think: 'F*** me what have I done there today?'
'I thought Younes' second yellow was harsh and the first one he got was for telling the referee it was handball, for something he has missed,' said Redknapp.
'What's he supposed to do, not say anything when someone gets something wrong? Do you just accept it? I don't think so.'
He added: 'From the start I felt he wasn't going to give us an awful lot here today. That was the feeling I had.
'I just felt he was quite enjoying not giving us anything. It was one of those days.'