The Nerazzurri took the whole of Italy on a rollercoaster, end-to-end affair during their 2-1 away win over Pescara on Sunday.
Jean-Christophe Bahebeck's opener for the hosts came on one of many dangerous Pescara counter-attacks, while Inter failed to find daylight despite creating a fair few chances at the other end.
The Biscione eventually equalised though, through a Mauro Icardi header, but all looked lost when Bahebeck was again found unmarked in the box, only for Handanovic to miraculously turn his deflection away.
Throwing themselves back into the fray, Inter took all three points when Icardi made the most of a comical Norbert Gyomber error.
Coach Frank De Boer's passing schemes are starting to work, with a particularly sumptuous piece of interplay on the right nearly resulting in a second-half goal.
Unlike their previous two games, Inter actually carved out a number of goalscoring opportunities. Inter loanee Gianluca Caprari looked sensational for the hosts, and if early form is anything to go by, this Pescara team will keep us entertained this year.
Beyond the Nerazzurri's wastefulness, getting repeatedly caught on the counter was alarming. Juventus will be licking their lips when they watch the highlights, never mind the full game.