No interview video yet, but quotes on the GFC website, I'll translate:
"Maybe it wasn't the best time trial in my career, but it was one of the best. I knew that it could suit me, that my form was improving and that I was finishing this third week strongly. This was my last time trial in the Giro, it pushed me, I wanted to give everything. It was violent, but it was a time trial that only the Giro can give you, and me, I like it. This is not a podium, but I wanted to go get that top-5, it means a lot to me. Physically, it probably is my strongest finish in a GT. It shows that I still have something in my legs. I always believed, even when I had days off. I knew that in the Giro, you can't let go and the decision is made in the last 2-3 days. I always believed in my abilities, I knew that I had good legs. It wasn't easy to juggle KOM and GC, so I'm proud to have completed both missions. I'm going to enjoy it for the next 24 hours, but tonight I'm at peace. I knew that I could get back to that level, a top-5 in a GT. For this, I'm proud of myself. I'm proud that I never gave in".