Jurgen Klopp hailed the Reds attitude as Liverpool scored 7 in Slovenia.
The Reds created a staggering presentation in Slovenia to guarantee their greatest ever European win away from home, with five distinct players on the scoresheet.
Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah both got props, with Philippe Coutinho, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Trent Alexander-Arnold additionally finding the back of the net.
The triumph puts Liverpool best of Group E, with Sevilla enduring an embarrassing 5-1 misfortune to Spartak Moscow on that night.
Addressing journalists at full-time at the Stadion Ljudski vrt, Klopp hailed Liverpool's amazing all-round show.
"As soon as it was precisely what we needed to do," he enthused.
"We needed to demonstrate the best counter-squeezing of the most recent couple of weeks.
"I truly believed that securing our hostile developments, examples and all that stuff were at that point decent against United yet we could have improved in counter-squeezing.
"This evening we improved and against a football-playing side like Maribor, it seemed well and good."
The German likewise applauded Oxlade-Chamberlain for scoring his first objective since joining from Arsenal in August, saying "it helps a great deal."
Also, Klopp recognized the significance of the outcome in the club's old stories, closing: "It's decent to compose history, and it will presumably be hard to beat that."
Liverpool headed straight back to Merseyside on Tuesday night, with an away conflict with Tottenham arranged for Sunday evening.