LAHORE - Indian bowlers displayed brilliant performance to beat an over-powered Pakistan in the first match of the Women's World Cup at Bradman. India elected to field first after winning the toss and dismissed their neighbour in only 57 runs. India chased the target easily without losing any wicket in ten overs. Anagha Deshpande (26) and Anjum Chopra (17) easily took India to a comfortable victory after the triumphant show of their bowlers. Among the Indian bowlers, Rumeli Dhar was the leading wicket taker who scalped three wickets giving away only seven runs. Amita Sharma and Priyanka Roy took two wickets respectively. Jhulan Goswami and Gouher Sultana dismissed one wicket apiece. "I never expected Pakistan to be bowled out for 57 but this reflects how well we utilised the conditions. We got a bit sloppy in the later part of Pakistan's innings and I am not happy about that. We cannot afford to be complacent at any stage because no match is finished until the final bowl is bowled." Pakistan captain Urooj Mumtaz said: "I will not try to hide behind excuses. The simple fact is it was not a good day in the office for us and we performed poorly in all three departments of the game. "The girls are really down after today's performance and it would be difficult to lift their spirits but it's a World Cup and we have to put this performance behind us and look forward to the next two matches." Pakistan will play its second match against Sri Lanka on March 9. India, led by pacer Jhulan Goswami, have been clubbed with two-time champions England, Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Group B. Both England and India have 100 per cent win records against the other two teams in the group. Group A features Australia, West Indies, South Africa and New Zealand with the defending champions clear favourites for the title.