Man United let another lead slip in costly draw

Manchester United botched an opportunity to move into the main four after one more disheartening 1-1 draw against Southampton at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Che Adams' last part strike offset Jadon Sancho's opener as Ralf Rangnick's side neglected to clutch a lead for a third successive game.

The outcome stores more tension on United and their administration after sources let ESPN know that the players are becoming baffled with the preparation strategies.

Joined stay in fifth spot in the association table while Southampton stay in tenth position.

It was an enthusiastic beginning to the game and Cristiano Ronaldo was near opening the scoring inside seven minutes however saw his strike tidied up the line by Romain Perraud.

The hosts started to lead the pack following 21 minutes after a fine move which saw Marcus Rashford set up Sancho for a tap-in at the far post.

Southampton reacted well and constrained David de Gea into several recoveries before Paul Pogba had an objective chalked off for offside not long before the break.

Ronaldo thought he had finished his objective dry spell following 70 minutes however his short proximity header was denied for offside.

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