MOUNT MAUNGANUI - Pakistan women cricket team beaten badly by Indian women, who won by 107 runs to maintain their perfect record against the neighbours in the Women’s Cricket World Cup on Sunday. Bismah Maroof’s team threatened to pull off an upset when they reduced Mithali Raj’s side to 114-6 in the 34th over. Opener Smriti Mandhana made 52 but it was counter-attacking knocks from lower-order batters Pooja Vastrakar (67) and Sneh Rana (53*) that helped India to a decent total of 244-7. Indian seamers kept it tight upfront and spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad (4-31) wrecked the middle order as Pakistan were bundled out for 137 with seven overs remaining in their innings. India’s teenaged wicketkeeper Richa Ghosh effected five dismissals. Bismah said Pakistan could not capitalise on the strong start and let India off the hook. “We gave away easy runs to them, we were sloppy on the field, we didn’t put them under pressure,” she said. “Our batting has to improve, our shot selection wasn’t good, we’ll work on it ahead of the next game.”