Massimo Moratti has described Inter as having returned to a rational state under Claudio Ranieri.
The Nerazzurri owner was interviewed outside his central Milan offices on Monday morning, and fielded questions on Ranieri recording Inter's first win of the season at Bologna.
"Yes, of course, [the performance] went very well. Everything seems to be back to normal.
"Yes, I think [Inter are more rational]. More rational in the sense that it is more like their normal way of playing before.
"[Gian Piero] Gasperini might have been able to find that sort of normality further ahead but it was too much of a risk."
The President also gave his view on Diego Milito and Giampaolo Pazzini's performance together during the closing stages of the game. Debate surrounds their compatibility in the same team.
"We knew they are great players; it's not that they have to keep proving themselves. Milito looks to be in very good shape."
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