The second half of the battle continued as the first with steady attrition on both sides as the Austrians advanced in a concentric circle around the French-Allied position and began to make headway in the centre.
The attackers lost Hardegg’s Light Division, von Wimpffen’s 1st Line Division and Mohr's Light Division 'broken', but the French cavalry were all defeated and Lagrange's division in the centre severely weakened.
Photos: Pseudo time-lapse photos from turns 1430–1600 inclusive.
On the Austrian side, Radetzky sent Bubna’s and Liechtenstein’s light divisions of the advance guard to shadow the retreating French-Allied army, while the I Korps, IV Korps and the cuirassier divisions were allowed some well-earned rest as they awaited the arrival of the Reserve and II Korps.
• Marmont's VI Corps: Compans near full strength, Lagrange below 1/2 strength, Friederichs full strength, Normann cavalry brigade (one unit) 'broken';
• Reynier's VII Corps: Lecoq 'broken', von Sahr one unit only lost, Durutte few losses, von Lindenau's cavalry brigade (two units) 'broken';
• 3rd Heavy Cavalry Division (three units) 'broken';
• IV Reserve Cavalry Corps: Sokolnicki 7th Light Cavalry Division (two units) 'broken', Sulkowski’s 8th Light Cavalry Division (four units) 'broken'.
• Advance Guard: Liechtenstein's Light Division, Vincent chevau-légers 'broken', Bubna's 2nd Light Division, Lichtenstein and Blakenstein hussar regiments 'broken';
• Colloredo's I Korps: Hardegg’s Light Division 'broken', von Wimpffen’s 1st Line Division 'broken', Greth's 2nd Line Division few losses;
• Klenau's IV Korps: Mohr's Light Division 'broken', Hohenlohe-Bartenstein's 1st Line Division 1/3 losses, von Heldenfeld's 2nd Line Division few losses;
• Nostitz’s Cavalry Reserve: Klebelsberg's cuirassiers few losses, Kutalek's cuirassiers one regiment at 3/4 strength, the second few losses.