There was one moment I thought Roglic was breaking, and Remco was also thinking that. When Soler or Almeida went, suddenly there was a gap of 2-3m between Remco and Roglic. Not sure if that was because of a bike issue, or a moment he actually wasn't able to follow. I don't suspect the latter since he was able to follow everything afterwards.It's not like Roglic was barely hanging on or that his body language looked bad, and it's not like he barely won that sprint cause Evenepoel started just a touch early. He put the seconds into him. It's not like you can recover easily if you're a weaker climber when say Almeida or Soler are doing career high performances.
For the Giro I expect Remco to be able to ride in the defensive like Roglic could do now since he will be ahead in the GT, maybe even already in the leaders jersey after stage 4.For the Giro it should be very important to recalibrate very quickly. I don't necessarily think both their levels will be the same on the same type of stages as now.