I watched a fair bit of Saints this season as well as Napoli for that matter - I'd say the latter played, equally, if not 'better' football and one easier on the eye. Yes, different calibre of players granted but tactical parallels can be drawn. He's not on Mourinho's level in terms of 'pragmatism', imvIm not talking about "that" sort of entertainment. Im expressing why I think scoring goals is not necessarily indicative of a positive, attacking team.
Football by numbers, doesnt really do it for me.
And Ive found Bentiez team as equally boring to watch as Mourinhos, even if they arent set up the same (but still score plenty)