And thereby ruining one of the main things that makes football so universally appealing. Take the FA Cup - a non-league team that plays the right tactics can stop even the best of the Premier League from scoring. They might try to win on the break (in fact, that’s really their only chance of getting through) but if they go for an all out attack they’re bound to get stuffed. It’s that cat&mouse aspect that makes such games so interesting, even if it does end up as a 0-0 draw.
In fact, this whole OP starts with the false premise that 0-0 draws are detrimental to the game. I’ve seen boring games where one team obliterates the other - no fun to watch at all, especially if you route for the underdog. I’ve also seen fascinating 0-0 draws - England against Portugal last week, for example.