The Monday World Cup match game in which Germany beat Portugal delivered the highest World Cup traffic peak on the internet thus far with 4.3Tbps, according to Akamai Technologies.

Akamai provides content delivery services for many of the global media companies that are covering the World Cup online.

During Friday’s soccer game between the Dutch and the Spanish, online traffic for Akamai customers peaked at 3.4 terabits of data streamed per second, while the Thursday World Cup game between Brazil and Croatia posted a traffic peak of 3.2 terabits per second.

Akamai Technologies offers live data on Word Cup traffic on a special website page for the games.