Mate, if you don't want people to take you literally, don't use the word literally. Simple as that.
I assume the benchmark shows you the average framerates, not the maximum ones (as most benchmark graphs do btw). About the specific situation/map/playercount, I don;t know, could be the benchmark mapp for all I know.
BUT, with bothGPUs using the same architecture but the 2080 having more cuda cores, more VRAM, wider bus and thus more throughput and hiher clockspeeds, it would stand to reason that it's lowest 0.1% would still be better than the 2060's, assuming it's properly cooled.
The cooling is the most challenging part of both rigs, one having a 2080 and the other a desktop 9700k. evens the odds I'd say.
Both laptops are overkill for csgo, you can do well enough with an i5 and a 1050ti, especially if you play on lower resolutions. So yes, a 2080 alone is not worth it for only csgo, but at the same pricepoint, I would definitely take the 9750H/2080 combo over the 9700k/2060 for any game, even csgo. If we were talking about productivity and more heavily threaded applications, then I'd probably go with the 9700k, but again, it all depends on the scenario.
OP asked which of the two laptop configs he presented would giive him a higher framerate in csgo, I answered that question.