"It's difficult to talk after such a game because I teach my team to play 11 against 11 players, but (this was) 11 against 12 or 13, meaning the referees," fumed the Montenegrin.
"When you play... perfect, tactically disciplined, you score 1-0 and they steal our goal, it's very difficult to continue after that," he added.
Ali Hamam's volley on 39 minutes was ruled out for a shove by Lebanon's George Felix Melki, a decision that enraged the animated Radulovic on the touchline.
Radulovic claimed the officiating was "not 50-50", saying that Qatar committed "more than 20 fouls" but did not receive any yellow cards.
"We played textbook football but we're a poor country, we don't have a budget like Qatar and you can't compare with them on this," Radulovic said.
"When they cancelled the goal, my players lost concentration, they lost confidence, they saw what happened and it was very difficult after that to continue with such a game," he added.
"I think the goal was a foul. I saw the replay on TV... and I agree with (the officials)," said the Spaniard.
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