At 9 o'clock the battle resumed. Army converged closely, and began a close fight. Peter disposed of in the middle, not avoiding, one bullet shot him in the hat, the other got into the saddle, and the third damaged a cross hanging on his chest. Two hours later, the Swedes fluttered on all fronts. Carl with a sore foot drove between rows of soldiers, when a cannon ball struck the carriage, and the king found himself on the ground. The soldiers who were near, thought that the king was killed, and terror took possession of the shelves. Flight was universal. On the battlefield remained until 9000 killed. The surviving half of the Swedish army (about 16 thousand) under the command of Lewenhaupt first stepped into the camp, and then quickly moved to the Dnieper. However, the cross had nothing to through it. Cossacks almost had to carry boats Charles and Mazepa, on 30 June were Russian troops led by Menshikov. Reactivate the battle was not possible. Lewenhaupt and all his soldiers lay down their arms. Peter's victory was complete - one of the best armies of the time, nine years terrified the whole of Eastern Europe ceased to exist. Carl himself barely managed to escape from his pursuers in the Turkish possessions.