In order to locate the Anglo-Dutch army, Napoleon sent a member of his army to find their whereabouts. He was able to find them at what would be the Battle of Waterloo location.
10 long hours later...
The French army was outnumbered when they arrived and decided not to attack.
When Napoleon was finally able to focus on the battle that would soon take place, he decided it was time to attack the Anglo-Dutch army.
The two armies fought for 10 hours and Napoleon was losing control in the battle. The Prussians who the French previously defeated, regrouped, and joined the Anglo-Dutch army.
Napoleon knew it was over after the Prussians arrived so he abandoned his army heading back to France abdicating his throne. He soon feared that the Prussians would find him so he turned himself into the British authorities and was exiled once again to Saint Helena in the South Atlantic where he died on May 5th, 1821.
"Napoléon Is Defeated at Waterloo: 1815." Global Events: Milestone Events Throughout History, edited by Jennifer Stock, vol. 4: Europe, Gale, 2014. World History in Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/IPMEZX592053934 /WHIC?u=mlin_s_hanover&sid=WHIC&xid=9a8cbb7b. Accessed 5 Mar. 2019.