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Not too many would have predicted then that, come matchday six, these two would be fighting for top spot. In this group, the Red Devils have won four out of five, their only slip up coming at Wembley last month.
On Sunday night though, they got their revenge beating England in Leuven; Youri Tielemans and Mertens scoring in the first quarter. The Red and Whites now have ten points with the highlights of their campaign, so far, being a win at Wembley.
Photo by Kevin C. Given that the left flank of the BEF rested on its Belgian ally, the British were now unsure about Belgian military capabilities.
After holding onto the Albert Canal's west bank for nearly 36 hours, the 4th and 7th Belgian infantry divisions withdrew.
The situation for the Belgian divisions was either to withdraw or be encircled. Under the circumstances, both divisions withdrew.
It was a flat area, devoid of prepared or entrenched positions. The French 7th Army, on the northern flank of the Belgian line, protected the Bruges — Ghent — Ostend axis and, covering the Channel ports, had advanced into Belgium and into the Netherlands with speed.
It reached Breda in the Netherlands, on 11 May. But German parachute forces had seized the Moerdijk bridge on the Hollands Diep river, south of Rotterdam, making it impossible for the French to link up with the Dutch Army.
The Dutch Army withdrew north to Rotterdam and Amsterdam. The battle resulted in the French retiring, in the face of Luftwaffe air assaults, to Antwerp.
It would later help in the defence of the city. Fliegerkorps helped drive them back. KG 30 bombed and sank two Dutch gunboats and three Dutch destroyers, as well as badly damaging two Royal Navy destroyers.
But overall the bombing had a limited effect. It was agreed the Belgian Army would man the Antwerp—Leuven line, while its allies took up the responsibility of defending the extreme north and south of the country.
Further to the south, the Namur fortress , manned by VI Corps' 5th Infantry Division and the 2nd Chasseurs Ardennais with the 12th French Infantry Division, fought delaying actions and participated in a lot of demolition work while guarding the position.
For the remainder of the campaign, the Belgians would execute their operations in accordance with the overall Allied plan.
Belgian soldiers fought rearguard actions while other Belgian units already on the Dyle line worked tirelessly to organise better defensive positions in the Leuven—Antwerp gap.
The 2nd Regiment of Guides and the 2nd Carabineers Cyclists of the 2nd Belgian Cavalry Division covered the retreat of the 4th and 7th Belgian divisions and were particularly distinguished at the Battle of Tirlemont and the Battle of Halen.
A series of air battles were fought with JG 1, 2 , 26, 27 and 3. The Belgian Army, brutally assailed by an unparalleled surprise attack, grappling with forces that are better equipped and have the advantage of a formidable air force, has for three days carried out difficult operations, the success of which is of the utmost importance to the general conduct of the battle and to the result of war.
These operations require from all of us — officers and men — exceptional efforts, sustained day and night, despite a moral tension tested to its limits by the sight of the devastation wrought by a pitiless invader.
However severe the trial may be, you will come through it gallantly. Our position improves with every hour; our ranks are closing up.
In the critical days that are ahead of us, you will summon up all your energies, you will make every sacrifice, to stem the invasion.
Just as they did in on the Yser , so now the French and British troops are counting on you: the safety and honour of the country are in your hands.
To the Allies, the Belgian failure to hold onto its eastern frontiers they were thought to be capable of holding out for two weeks , was a disappointment.
The Allied Chiefs of Staff had sought to avoid an encounter mobile battle without any strong fixed defences to fall back on and hoped Belgian resistance would last long enough for a defensive line to be established.
Allied cavalry had moved into position and infantry and artillery were reaching the front more slowly, by rail. On 12 May, eleven out of eighteen French Breguet bombers were shot down.
For the next 24 hours, missions were postponed as the German anti-aircraft and fighter defences were too strong.
The results of the bombing is difficult to determine. The completion of the military bridge at Donchery had not yet been carried out owing to heavy flanking artillery fire and long bombing attacks on the bridging point Throughout the day all three divisions have had to endure constant air attack — especially at the crossing and bridging points.
Our fighter cover is inadequate. Requests [for increased fighter protection] are still unsuccessful. The Luftwaffe's operations includes a note of "vigorous enemy fighter activity through which our close reconnaissance in particular is severely impeded".
Nevertheless, inadequate protection was given to cover RAF bombers against the strength of German opposition over the target area.
The most serious combat to evolve on 12 May was the beginning of the Battle of Hannut 12—14 May. Gembloux occupied a position in the Belgian plain; it was an unfortified, untrenched space in the main Belgian defensive line.
After attacking out of the Maastricht bulge and defeating the Belgian defences at Liege, which compelled the Belgian I Corps to retreat, the German 6th Army's XVI Panzer-Motorized Corps, under the command of General Erich Hoepner and containing the 3rd and 4th Panzer Divisions, launched an offensive in the area where the French mistakenly expected the main German thrust.
The French 1st and 2nd Armoured Divisions were to be moved behind the French 1st Army to defend its main lines in depth.
The operational plan called for the Corps to delay the German advance on Gembloux and Hannut until the main elements of the French 1st Army had reached Gembloux and dug in.
Contrary to popular belief, the Germans did not outnumber the French. Its 25mm main gun could penetrate the armour of the Panzer IV.
The German forces were able to communicate by radio during the battle and they could shift the point of the main effort unexpectedly.
The Germans also practiced combined arms tactics, while the French tactical deployment was a rigid and linear leftover from the First World War.
French tanks did not possess radios and often the commanders had to dismount to issue orders. The combat power of the French 2 e DLM managed to defeat the German defences guarding the pockets and freeing the trapped units.
The effect on the German light tanks was catastrophic. Virtually every French weapon from 25mm upward penetrated the mm of the Panzer I.
Although the Panzer II fared somewhat better, especially those that had been up-armoured since the Polish Campaign, their losses were high. Such was the sheer frustration of the crews of these light Panzers in [the] face of heavier armoured French machines that some resorted to desperate expedients.
One account speaks of a German Panzer commander attempting to climb on a Hotchkiss H with a hammer, presumably to smash the machine's periscopes, but falling off and being crushed by the tank's tracks.
Certainly by day's end, Prioux had reason to claim that his tanks had come off best. The battlefield around Hannut was littered with knocked-out tanks—the bulk of which were German Panzers—with by far and away the bulk of them being Panzer Is and IIs.
The following day, 13 May, the French were undone by their poor tactical deployment. They strung their armour out in a thin line between Hannut and Huy, leaving no defence in depth, which was the point of sending the French armour to the Gembloux gap in the first place.
This left Hoepner with a chance to mass against one of the French Light Divisions the 3 e DLM and achieve a breakthrough in that sector.
Moreover, with no reserves behind the front, the French denied themselves the chance of a counterattack. This offer was rejected.
The French had disabled German tanks. They had 60 men killed and another 80 wounded. Prioux had achieved his tactical mission and withdrew.
Hoepner now pursued the retreating French. Being impatient, he did not wait for his infantry divisions to catch up. Instead, he hoped to continue pushing the French back and not give them time to construct a coherent defence line.
German formations pursued the enemy to Gembloux. The Panzer Corps ran into retreating French columns and inflicted heavy losses on them.
The pursuit created severe problems for the French artillery. The combat was so closely fought that the danger of friendly fire incidents were very real.
Nevertheless, the French, setting up new anti-tank screens and Hoepner, lacking infantry support, caused the Germans to attack positions head-on.
During the following Battle of Gembloux the two Panzer Divisions reported heavy losses during 14 May and were forced to slow their pursuit.
The German attempts to capture Gembloux were repulsed. Although suffering numerous tactical reverses, operationally the Germans diverted the Allied First Army Group from the lower Ardennes area.
In the process his forces, along with the Luftwaffe depleted Prioux' Cavalry Corps. When news of the German breakthrough at Sedan reached Prioux, he withdrew from Gembloux.
Army Group B would continue its own offensive to force the collapse of the Meuse front. German losses had been heavy at Hannut and Gembloux.
The 3rd Panzer Division was down by 20—25 percent of its operational force, while the 4th Panzer Division 45—50 percent of its tanks were not combat ready.
The Allies considered a wholesale withdrawal from the Belgian trap. But Roberto Martinez's men doubled their lead shortly after, Mertens curling in a fine free-kick despite the visitors' protests that Declan Rice had not committed a foul in the build-up.
With Southgate's words clearly ringing in their ears, England started the second half on top, winning a succession of free-kicks at the edge of the Belgium box before Kane forced a save from Thibaut Courtois with a low drive.
The visitors could not make the most of their chances, however, a theme that continued following the introduction of Jadon Sancho and Dominic Calvert-Lewin from the bench and ensured their evening would end in defeat.