"We could have been three or four goals up at half-time, it was that one-sided," Redknapp added. "Their goalkeeper [Brad Guzan] pulled off several world-class saves and then they break and score.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert praises "excellent" side
"They could not believe their luck coming in at half-time.
"In the second half, we did not start as well, and it gave them a lift. But even then, at 2-2 we gave a sloppy third goal away."
The result for Villa means that they have beaten relegation rivals in consecutive weekends after
last weekend's triumph at Reading,
in the process moving six points clear of the drop zone.
Prior to the clash with QPR, manager Paul Lambert had insisted he was not
about the prospect of dropping down to the Championship and the Scot remained confident of a strong end to the season.
"Last week's win was a big win for us," the ex-Norwich boss said. "It is now the first time since we have done it back-to-back since [May] 2011, so it is a long time since we have had that feeling.
"We are still fighting [to stay up], as are a lot of teams. We have pulled a few in it and we are playing very well at this time.
"If we keep this up, I have always said we will be OK."
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