Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has called for football's lawmakers to introduce a rule allowing for matches to be stopped in the event of racist abuse from supporters.
UEFA have charged the nation, and a stadium ban, partial ground closure or fine are among the possible punishments.
Three Lions captain Harry Kane said he would lead England off the field if racist abuse was directed towards any of his players in the future, but currently that could lead to a reprimand.
But Sarri said: "We need a rule I think. A rule for all the championships in football. A rule that can permit us to stop the match.
"We need to do something different, it is right to stop the match for 10 minutes in the first situation."
Inter were forced to play their next two home matches behind closed doors but the Senegal international was forced to serve the suspension.
Hudson-Odoi has been offered counselling by Chelsea after his maiden England start was marred by events off the field.
Sarri has not spoken with the 18-year-old directly but believes he has the mental strength to cope with the episode.
"Of course [he can cope], he is very young, but I think he is really very strong and the character is really very strong," added the Italian. "I saw him very well yesterday, he is strong.
"I don’t like to speak to him about this problem. Unfortunately I am not able to solve it. In every country there are some stupid people. It is a big problem.
"We need to do something different, it is right to stop the match for ten minutes in the first situation."