Julio Cesar’s own goal cancelled out Junior Hoilett’s early opener for
Pienaar appeared to make little contact with Jose Bosingwa but was shown a second yellow card, leading to Moyes to say of the official: "He had a poor game all day.
“(It was) very, very harsh to give someone a red card for that, incredible.
“I don’t even know if he touched him, I think the boy (Bosingwa) lifted his leg and it hit Steven rather than Steven hitting him so I think it was the wrong decision.”
Moyes, meanwhile, was pleased to take a point away from Loftus Road which leaves them fourth in the table.
"I think we have got a good team and good players, I think we can try and do it (finish fourth)," he said.
"It is going to be hard with the competition we have got and who knows, we might dwindle away.
"But in recent seasons probably the question that is being asked is can we avoid relegation, so it is nice to be up there and I'm going to be positive about it."