Despite going a point clear of original leaders Borussia Dortmund, the Spaniard felt die Roten deserved nothing less than a win at the BayArena
Toni Kroos had opened Bayern's account only for Sidney Sam to equalise immediately, and the Bavarians to subsequently miss a hatful of scoring opportunities to win the game.
And though admitting that the dominant nature of the display pleased him, Guardiola was still disappointed that his side had not emerged victorious.
"Congratulations to my players. I am proud of our performance," the former Barcelona boss told Sky Sports Deutschland. "We have played very, very well.
"Nevertheless, we have not won. I do not know what to say. But that's football. [Bernd] Leno is a very good goalkeeper.
"We had done everything, but we are still in first place."
"Despite clear opportunities we have failed to score," the Germany international stated. "With the game itself, we can be happy, we were clearly superior.
"We really played well in stages we were and we clearly had the upper hand against a good team like Leverkusen, who had few opportunities.
"The mix between attack and defence was good again."