That is obviously true that he lacks experience in terms of race tactics.Yet he's over the moon about yesterday's stage win, but somehow day before it didn't matter to him
The truth is, he lacks experience in that situations. He would've of course love to win that stage, but didn't know how. GC was also on his mind of course, so he just keep pushing till the end, hoping that maybe his crazy tempo will break those two.
No matter if he rode for the stage or not (he wanted to make time in GC and the stage win was also on his mind, I'd put it this way), criticizing a guy for not winning a mostly flat stage in a stage race, after he was 100% towing others for the last over 30kms is ridiculous.
I'm the last person to treat Evenepoel as an untouchable figure, but it doesn't mean that he can't be defended from the non-constructive crtics like in this case.