MILAN, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) -- Inter Milan regained their forms as they chalked up a comfortable 2-0 win over struggling Pescara in the Italian Serie A at home on Saturday.
Rodrigo Palacio and Fredy Guarin scored for Andrea Stramaccioni's side in a game the Nerazzurri controlled from start to finish.
Stramaccioni said his side are rediscovering balance judged from this match.
"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," he said.
"Pescara played a careful game, while we have improved in terms of performance compared to recent outings," he said.
Pescara head coach Cristiano Bergodi was left distraught by his side's show.
"We haven't lost our hunger after the recent victories," said Bergodi. "Inter played well and we simply put in our worst performance in my time here."
Pescara rarely broke out of their own half and they allowed Inter the lion's share of the possession, but it was not until the half-hour mark that the Nerazzurri finally created something worthwhile.
That was when Palacio received the ball on the edge of the penalty area and picked his spot low into the bottom right-hand corner to give Inter the lead.
Palacio was involved in Inter's second goal in the 54th minute, this time choosing to square the ball for Guarin rather than shooting after being put through on goal again.
Guarin was given the easy task of stroking the ball in from seven yards, placing his shot through two Pescara defenders guarding the goal.
The rest of the game was a case of Inter wasting good chances, or showing reluctance to really give it their best.
In an early kick-off of the day, Bologna crushed Chievo 4-0 at home.