Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni was delighted with their 2-0 win over Pescara.

The Nerazzurri had a completely revamped side with none of the first choice defenders available and 18-year-old Marco Benassi given his Serie A debut in midfield.

"It went well, because the most important thing we take from this game is that we are rediscovering our balance. That is what allowed us to string together a series of positive results earlier this season," said the Coach.

"Pescara played a careful game, while we have improved in terms of performance compared to recent outings.

"We have been trying to work on the youth team since the start of the season. Someone might've turned their nose up at seeing Benassi in the starting XI, but he had a good match along with his teammates. We're holding on tight to him."