The result heaps more pressure on United and their management after sources told ESPN that the players are becoming frustrated with the training methods.
United remain in fifth place in the league table while Southampton stay in 10th position.
The hosts did take the lead after 21 minutes after a fine move which saw Marcus Rashford set up Sancho for a tap-in at the far post.
The visitors grabbed an equaliser three minutes into the second half through Adams’ clinical finish from a tight angle.
Southampton also had chances to go ahead as an unmarked Stuart Armstrong wasted a golden chance and blazed the ball over the bar while Armando Broja also failed to find the target during a one-on one situation.
Ronaldo thought he had ended his goal drought after 70 minutes but his close-range header was disallowed for offside.
Harry Maguire thought he grabbed a late winner but his header was brilliantly saved by Forster as the visitors held on for a point.
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