MACOYA, Trinidad (AP) — Gregory Richardson and Jamal Gay scored as Trinidad's Joe Public upset the New England Revolution 2-1 Tuesday in the preliminary round of the new CONCACAF Champions League.

Richardson got the first goal from about 6 yards in the 51st minute off a cross from Kerry Baptiste. Gay entered in the 69th minute and scored on his first touch, sending a cross from Baptiste past goalkeeper Doug Warren from close range in the 70th.

In the other league game, Panama's Tauro defeated MLS's Chivas USA 2-0 Tuesday night in the first leg of their series.