It all depends on wether the attacker is an experienced pilot or not, cause the experienced pilot will not allow himself to overshoot in the manner you suggest. If the P-51 pilot sees the Me262 coming in from behind and makes a sharp turn to evade, then he will give the Me262 a window in which to get a deflection shot. He can only avoid this by doing a half barrel roll, making a deflection shot almost impossible. Now if the Me262 pilot misses with his burst, then providing he knows what he's doing he will simply pull up and climb away to gain altitude for another pass. And the exact same was the case when the A6M Zero and F4U Corsair squared off against each other, the Corsair pilot wasn't going to try and match the Zero's turn, that would've been a dumb move.