The Town of Mangano with Austrians deployed in it and to its rear.
The Piedmontese horse cover the advance of the artillery and the balance of their brigade.
The French advance continues. One of the Piedmontese batteries moves forward to support the skirmish line while behind it a unit forms into line. My brigade is mostly deployed in skirmish order covering the advance. My general is between the two fields on the right of the picture.
The Austrians begin to shuffle to the rear. The following French brigades whom my open order troops are covering can be seen at the bottoom right of the screen.
A lone Piedmontese battery and troops have been taking pot shots at the town while the action unfolds in the center of the field.
While my infantry assault the Austrian battery which is suffering from fatigue and has taken casualties from my open order units; the Austrian hussars attack my disordered infantry unit at the front center of the picture. I attempt to form square with a number of the units to the rear, while the advancing infantry we are sacrificing our unit to cover, have crossed the stream. The second Hussar unit prepares to attack as well.
The French aadvancing through the woods avoid the second Hussar unit which rides down a French Legere unit and a battery. The initial Austrian Hussar assault on my troops was victorious as well, but they had to cross a hedge line to hit my unit and are in rough shape.
The Austrian second and third lines form on the other side of second creek. The French are at the top of the picture, the town of Mangano to the top right.
The French advance continues on the right flank, pushing the Austrians back through the second woods.
The Austrian counter attack goes in.
My colleague commanding the Piedmontese horse and batteries had to leave and I took command of his units. I immediately launched an assault on the infantry unit which was in reach. The horse on the outside were hosed by the artillery, but the unit which hit the infantry were screened by their breathern.
The charge caused a number of other Austrian units to form square. This in turn, allowed the French infantry to hit the Austrian square. Alas, our troops are tiring and the Austrians are fresh and we do not have undisputed control of Mangano.