Each side received one last brigade of reinforcements at the very beginning, but they didn't play much of a role except to raise morale.
The critical cavalry battle on the Prussian left had a lot of potential, but it soon became undone when the Hadik Hussars soundly defeated the Prussian Guard du Corp. This changed the entire scope of the battle on this flank.
|The Guard du Corp have been defeated, dashing Prussian hopes on this flank|
|Austrian infantry has finally been driven back from the church's wall|
|Where things stood at the end of the game|
|A remarkable cavalry charge at the very end of the game captures the bridge and 50 points for the Austrians|
|A desperate fight for the hill (Hanoverian cavalry can be seen entering in the top left of the photo)|
|The first Austrian attack is stopped by the narrowest of margins|
|The second attempt was successful and of vital importance|