Cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday termed opener Rohit Sharma's wicket as the turning point which turned the match in Australia favour. Australia snapped India's nine-match ODI winning steak as they had a last laugh in the fourth ODI in Bengaluru beating India by a margin of 21 runs. "If India were chasing 234 instead of 335 then it wouldn't have been the turning point. But, it was such a big score to chase and him getting out at that stage, India certainly looked vulnerable," Gavaskar said in an exclusive chat with NDTV. Gavaskar also raised questions on India's team selection and said that too many changes in the playing XI backfired for Virat Kohli.