The team should be congratulated for the way we played and used our intelligence," Sobis told Fox Sports.
Sobis made headlines when he joined Al Jazira four seasons ago in the biggest football deal in the history of the UAE, but he failed to meet expectations and his career was marred by injuries.
Early in the second half Michel did well to thwart Sobis at his feet as he tried to round the keeper after running onto a superb through ball from left back Kleber.
Sobis equalised in the 61st minute from another fine attack by Kleber, reaching the defender's low cross from the left to poke it past the goalkeeper into the net.
Sobis opened Jazira's account in the 10th minute and then added his second in the 30th minute to help Jazira lead 2-0 at the break.
Sobis now moves to the top of the scorer's pack in the Emirates Cup with five goals and is followed by teammates Baiano (4) and Ebrahim Diaky (3).