After the Ottoman defeat at the Battle of Vienna, the Habsburgs won several victories and expelled the Sultan's armies out of Hungary. However, after 1790, with Austria distracted by a war with France, the Turks went on the offensive and began to retake lost territory, until they were finally crushed when Eugene of Savoy caught them with their pants down at the Battle of Zenta in 1797. Now, let's say they are a little lucky and aren't ambushed right as they crossing the Tisza River. If that's not enough, let's deprive the Austrians of Eugene, either by killing him in an accident or making him a soldier in the army of Louis XIV. Could the Ottomans recapture Buda, and from there attack Vienna yet again, or were they too exhausted for that? They could at least get a status quo ante bellum, right?