Guardiola says there were pluses and minuses at Molineux - and refused to criticise the match officials after a couple of key decisions went against the Blues.
“It was a good game for the spectators, but we conceded too many counter-attacks and missed simple passes," said the City manager.
“We created a lot of chances against a team who had ten men behind the ball which is a positive.
“We played a 5-4-1 and we didn't create that many opportunities with that system last season, but today we did.
“It was a good point, but we hit the woodwork three times and their keeper made some very good saves as well. Sometimes they go in, sometimes they don't."