|First Twenty20, Ahmedabad|
|India 124-7 (20 overs): Iyer 67 (48); Archer 3-23|
|England 130-2 (15.3 overs): Roy 49 (32)|
|England won by eight wickets.|
A magnificent bowling performance set England on the way to a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over India in the first Twenty20 in Ahmedabad.
Jofra Archer's 3-23 spearheaded a relentless showing from the pace bowlers, while leg-spinner Adil Rashid opened the bowling and dismissed home captain Virat Kohli for a duck.
Only Shreyas Iyer, with 67 from 48 balls, got to grips with the England attack and the two-paced pitched as India struggled to 124-7.
England sauntered in the chase, Jason Roy crashing 49 from 32 deliveries to help the tourists to their target with 27 balls to spare.
Eoin Morgan's side take the lead in the five-match series, with the second game to be played on Sunday.