After the non-show yesterday, I totally forget to watch and was honestly surprised Remco couldn't follow.
After watching some fragments here and there, it seems like Roglic is very fine and confidently in his smashing attacking mode (as in the Vuelta stage where he unfortunately crashed), but what I do not understand is that Thomas could follow and Remco not.
Thomas following Roglic indicates, to me, that Roglic didn't do anything extraterrestrial and a good Remco should be able to follow.
Remco wasn't good, but what bothered me more was the flashbacks to the Giro 2021 we got in the descent. Remco was struggling to hold wheels, and I don't know if this has to do with (lack of) confidence on Italian roads, him just struggling because he was cooked, or both. In either way, he is lucky not to lose more time, which could have happend if Thomas and Hart just committed a tiny bit pulling.
In any case, it doesn't bode well, and I fear a bit that he won't be able to reproduce the same level in tomorrow's TT, while Roglic will obviously be upbeat.