Inter Milan boss Andrea Stramaccioni shrugged off Wesley Sneijder's wobbler after being hooked during victory over Torino.

Sneijder was substituted and seemed irritated at the decision, walking straight into the locker room without stopping by the bench.

"It's only normal that he'd be angry," shrugged Stramaccioni. "Sneijder is an important player and he'd love to play every game to the end, but he had played for Holland this week and I also wanted to send a message to the team by introducing another striker. I didn't want us to be pegged back."