It’s time to pick your top Sporting Hero of November. Choose from Sergio Aguero, Tommy Fleetwood and Stuart Hogg and you may win an iPhone X

The contenders

Vote for your favourite out of these three stars who set their sporting worlds alight in November. Each entry goes into our prize draw for the chance to win an iPhone X.

Sergio Aguero

Manchester City forward breaks club goalscoring record against Napoli in the Champions League

Hot shot: Aguero’s goal against Napoli took his City total to 178 in 264 gamesCredit: Getty

Age 29
From Buenos Aires
Sport Football

Aguero’s precise finish to a lightning-fast break gave City a lead they never relinquished in the 4-2 win away to Napoli. The Argentina striker will not easily let go of the record it gave him either: 178 goals in 264 matches for the club he joined in July 2011. The previous record-holder, Eric Brook, took 494 games to reach his mark of 177 goals.

Telegraph Sport says:“Small in stature but giant in personality and influence, Aguero’s reward is a place in City’s history books”James Ducker

Tommy Fleetwood

Merseysider holds his nerve in duel on the final day to top the 2017 European Tour money list

Good earner: Fleetwood topped the 2017 European Tour money listCredit: Getty

Age 26
From Southport
Sport Golf

Joint-21st place in the season-ending DP Tour World Championship was far from Fleetwood’s best finish of the year, but it was enough – just – to earn him top spot in the Race to Dubai. A late collapse in that event by Justin Rose was decisive in their battle for the title, but the runner-up graciously admitted the right man had won.

Telegraph Sport says:“He beat Rose by €58,821 – absolute peanuts for these elite golfers. Yet it will have felt priceless to Fleetwood”James Corrigan

Stuart Hogg

Full-back stars in autumn international campaign that earmarks Scotland as Six Nations contenders

Key performer: Hogg inspired Scotland during an impressive autumn campaignCredit: Getty

Age 25
From Melrose
Sport Rugby Union

After injury cut short his tour of New Zealand with the Lions, Hogg had a point to prove in the Tests against the All Blacks, Samoa and Australia. He led an impressive attacking display in wins over the last two and came agonisingly close to scoring a late try that might have sealed a first win for Scotland against New Zealand in 112 years.

Telegraph Sport says:“At Murrayfield he was, to paraphrase PG Wodehouse, the Kiwis’ worst nightmare: a Scot with a grievance”Richard Bath

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