The British armoured attack, was hardly an armoured attack that we would later see in European battles...The infantry support was minimal..but the best numbers that could be put together...Achieving what they did with so little was nothing but amazing. Lost ground of course...nothing to hold it with. This attack was no more than an appeasement to the politicians. Gort well knew what his job was at that stage of the battle..and it was not to force a gap in the German Coridoor. His job in his own head by then was to save the British army.