Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho insists there are plenty of goals still to come after he became the Premier League's highest-scoring Brazilian.
"We won a few games this year but this is really special", the German said.
A switch to a 3-5-2 formation for the game seemed to provide instability to the visitors in a wretched first half in which they were lucky to go in at the break only trailing to Jon Walters' opener.
They continued with the new system in the second half, though with Philippe Coutinho and Firmino introduced from the bench, and successfully upped their game to produce a crucial turnaround.
Matip was pleased with the victory and is now hoping the week's rest will help key first-team players return for Liverpool's hard trip to the Hawthorns.
"He said to me: "Don't give corners away!"
David Thompson believes Liverpool's win against Stoke on Saturday was down to Jurgen Klopp's tactical intuition.
Coutinho said: "They had asked me to stay at home because I was not feeling well but I wanted to be there".
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp explained after the match that Firmino had been left exhausted by a packed schedule of matches, both at club and global level, while Coutinho had been ill and lost three kilogrammes.
The way the players and manager, hugging both his Brazilians before heading straight to his goalkeeper, celebrated at the end suggested the victory felt like more than three points, and Klopp agreed.
We thought he might be good enough for 30 minutes.
"I want to keep going to keep scoring and helping my team and keep learning from my manager".
"The team played well, created more chances and then we scored".
Klopp's gamble ultimately paid off as he just about got 45 minutes out of Coutinho and Firmino in a dramatic second half.
In true Klopp fashion, he didn't congratulate Mignolet - instead, he trolled him for not holding onto Charlie Adam and Saido Berahino's shots. "It doesn't really happen too often as you don't score goals as a keeper, but it was something similar".