It is difficult to see form the issue point of view, because you would have to be on the issue details view, and then select the history tab in order to see this has happened at some point. It's good for finding a specific issues historical value, but not good for checking up on possibly dozens or hundreds of issues.
Instead I would recommend using the Burndown chart / report. Each project in Jira Software has this report built in. It can help you more easily see scope changes that happen on sprints.
If that isn't exactly what you are looking for, I fear that Jira natively won't be able to easily tell you when changes are made to this sprint field for every issue.
However there are other users that have asked similar questions on community in the past and appear to have come up with other solutions. I found a few different posts that appear to be using the scriptrunner plugin with Jira in order to get notifications of changes to this field:
I hope this helps,
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