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Why does the browser doesn't seem to respect the srcset attribute?

See the following img snippet: <img width="768" height="514" src="" class="img-fluid article-img large wp-post-image" alt="" decoding="async" loading="lazy" srcset=" 1280w, 300w, 1024w" sizes="(max-width: 768px) 100vw, 768px"> I opened the page in Chrome's responsive mode with a viewport width of 360px. What I expect I would expect that the srcset part 1024w matches as it's the first one bigger than 768px according to the sizes attribute. What actually happens But Chrome loads the full size image Why doesn't Chrome respect the srcset attribute? What am I missing? EDIT: Here's a Fiddle where you can reproduce the behavior.
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